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- adj. Not italicized.
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Curiously, he runs his own story in italics, which has the effect of suggesting that the Callow tale -- when juxtaposed with the concrete appearance of the unitalicized contents -- strikes its teller as secondarily important, ephemeral.
The first portion (in italics) is written by my husband, Paul Wakfer, and the last (unitalicized), by me.
Hence the preceding unitalicized sentence: “For example, it never seemed to register that the article was written for a Christian magazine — a market that would naturally be interested in stories about Christians.”
Italicized letters, such as (_a_), have been changed to unitalicized (a) for easier reading.
The gang'-sa is struck at each italicized count, and each unitalicized count represents a rest, the accent represents the accented beat of the gang'-sa.
Note: I have left some Spanish words and phrases unitalicized as in the original text, aiming more for consistency in italicizing the words and phrases that were often italicized than in italicizing every occurrence of Spanish; and, with the exception of "razon" and "Pédro," have not altered accenting on Spanish words as they occurred in the original text.