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His assistant Kelley sees these angels, and also calls forth a demon, from which Dee tries to escape.
However, very strong stories are here, especially the ones that strategically begin and close the collection, among them "The Eve of the Last Apollo," about an astronaut, his shallow public career, his unhappy marriage, and his wife's leaving him for a commune's leader; "Blumfeld, an Elderly Bachelor," on the self-destructive late-life sexual awakening of an accountant; and "Mengele's Jew," which finds the Nazi war criminal imagining one last Jewish cage, a vision that calls forth moral judgment.
They contend that the innate system not only calls forth the adaptive system but provides it with chemical cues that tailor the response of T and B cells.
Martin's) exquisitely mixes essay, memoir, fiction, and a slew of Wildean epigrams ("Lack calls forth desire, but it is desire that conjures lack").
Coral Gables International Art Center recently held an exhibit of the latest sculpture from Tania DePrima entitled "Gabriella." The life-sized sculpture is made of Bianca Carrara marble, which is the same Michelangelo used for "David." DePrima's sculpture calls forth the women of the new millennium to celebrate their femininity.
It also calls forth acting talents from these excellent performers, roles they filled with considerable relish.
To Americans weaned on visions from Soylent Green, a sci-fi film made in 1973, the specter of overpopulation calls forth images of city squares so crowded with people that giant scoopers must shovel them clear like dirt.
When William meets an abused four-year-old boy, he learns of the child's devastating past, one that calls forth a torrent of his own memories.