. Unlike most books these days, their dust jackets festooned with blurbs from the Great and Good touting the volume at hand, the back cover of Striking Power displays just a single endorsement.
The theatre stories retailed after 1642 belong precisely to that genre: aside from his often cited tale of the unruly and capricious audience, Gayton, for example, also tells a story of a theatre audience at a bad play intimidated into silence by a band of heavies planted among them: caveat lector
. The limitations of what we might agree on as reliable evidence--Rowley's letter, for example--lead us all into storytelling in giving accounts of early theatre.
Before tackling the translation itself, a general caveat lector
on the historical and linguistic explanations given in the marginal notes and introduction is in order.
The robot rage, as discussed in Caveat Lector
last month, was encapsulated by the dozen or more suppliers that implemented operable versions into their machines.
: Stoneback's essay includes a lengthy digression [166-68] disclaiming the banality of all Hemingway criticism since the 1960s [work by four scholars excepted].)
Sheehan, 'Caveat Lector
: The New Heidegger' New York Review of Books 1980).
- reader beware - might be a more appropriate admonition as Mr Ward has simply got his facts wrong.
But caveat lector
: The scurrilous document at the center of this narrative is that most infamous ur-text of anti-Semitism, The Protocols of the Elders of 'Lion.
But until the research community cleans up its act, readers of research papers need to maintain a healthy dose of caveat lector
(let the reader beware).
I heard from a reader who felt a reference in September's Caveat Lector
to the suicides at Foxconn was in poor taste.
So, if Orangutan falls into your hands, caveat lector
have appeared in APR, The Amherst Review, Appalachia, Caveat Lector
Such figures can be gleaned from Hayward's numerous tables, but caveat lector
: the numbers are not well interpreted, and the casual reader may find them indigestible.
. Do not base your selection of this work solely on the title, for if you anticipate a book-length study on tragedy in Don Quixote, you will be disappointed.
Ed.: We received nearly 30 responses to the February Caveat Lector
, all in favor of our position that Jim Raby deserves induction into the IPC Hall of Fame.