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It seems to have captured the quality of independence and self-determination without being didactic that kind of caught people’s imagination.

Instead, “TV Buddha” appears in a gallery crowded with other pieces, busy with didactics.

So she has chosen the path as her literary heroes, Charles Dickens and George Orwell: the entertaining but didactic novel.

Many schools seem to include both didactic sessions and practice sessions with simulated patients.

Will the next few hours be both didactic and entertaining, providing us with ample high and lowbrow cocktail party fodder?

A footnote toward the end of the book gives a short, wonderful history of human adornment, but the discussion remains didactic.

Your father hated didactic writings, hence this book had to be extremely playful ... I had to imagine him.

His plays are essentially didactic, being aimed at some weakness or iniquity of the social system.

In didactic poetry Lucretius was pre-eminent, and is regarded by Schlegel as the first of Roman poets in native genius.

This discussion is necessarily didactic and assertive for it is impossible to prove or disprove any of these postulates.

Some, as that of Sidi-Yusef-Hansali, are mild in their rites and of a purely didactic or religious nature.

With him the last spark of the didactic ideals of the Haskala has entirely vanished.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to didactic, such as: academic, advisory, donnish, edifying, enlightening, and exhortative.

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