"I have told the football club some home truths
, and rightly so.
This might explain why Home Truths
also focuses on imaginative lies Duff told others--and himself "I have spent my life lying about what 1 could not bear to accept as truth," he concludes, "and I have ended up writing fiction, lies about what happened to people....
'We need to speak plainly about housing need,' said TCPA Director, Gideon Amos, launching the Home Truths
Von Adlerstein, author of 'Home Truths
' and 'The Vogue Guide To Good Form' is a Baroness and previously was a features editor and travel director at Vogue magazine.
Stein could be stupid, but she was also a shrewd student of wars whose home truths
cannot be rubbished.
THE DELIGHTFUL ENTERTAINMENT Home Truths
is all about writing, and although many of us balk at reading about writers and their writing, since it so often reeks of an exhausted imagination inflicted upon us by a writer who has nothing left to write about except his craft, in this case it comes up a little gem, with some notable flaws, but a little gem anyway, which I will urge you to read after I do some minor nitpicking.
Even the characters are secondhand, from principals such as the wounded vet haunted by memories of 'Nam down to the supporting cast, which includes both a "wizened old-timer" and a "wily old country lawyer." Ironically, that unoriginality is what makes the novel sadly fascinating: The New City embodies the home truths
that circulate in the world as portrayed by National Public Radio (Amidon has worked as a commentator on American issues for the BBC), and Amidon probably reflects the beliefs of many thoughtful people today.
In the late 1850s, we know, Richmond and certain other cities outlawed minstrelsy for its hint of insurrection, perhaps an unthinkable prospect to us now; Brown has Rice assassinated, pointedly, by a Confederate loyalist, and he everywhere portrays minstrel shows delivering humanist home truths
refracted through the distorting stage form appropriate to a society upended by racial confusion.
Collections of her well-constructed, perceptive, often humorous short stories include My Heart Is Broken (1964), The Pegnitz Junction (1973), Home Truths
: Selected Canadian Stories (1981), Overhead in a Balloon: Stories of Paris (1985), In Transit (1988), and Across the Bridge (1993).
There's also Ed Harriman's Hack: Home Truths
About Foreign News.
The defender revealed how a few home truths
from manager Dean Smith jolted the players into rescuing a draw.
TheLiverpoolteam aired a few home truths
in the dressing room after dropping points againstWest Bromon Saturday.
Please give him some home truths
and make it clear he needs to start pulling his weight.
He later visits Sharon and gets more than he bargained for when she shares some harsh home truths
about his disappearing act.
So it doesn't exactly help when Tina pays her a visit to give her some home truths