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Read more reviews by Stephanie ZacharekThe first third of Malcolm & Marie has some wit and verve, and style to spare.
If you can ignore the author’s motive for creating such a sensitive and endearing cad, you’ll find here a novel that explores the demands of acting and the delusions of manhood with tremendous verve and insight.
Certainly Stevenson’s novels and stories exhibit extraordinary verve, whether depicting many-sided characters, richly atmospheric settings or political history.
It’s another example of Franciacorta that packs verve and excitement near champagne levels at a more affordable price.
He is a turnaround artist with astonishing verve and little apparent fear.
ELON MUSK’S ROCKET RIDEANDREW NUSCADECEMBER 2, 2020FORTUNE
The pieces themselves were almost worthless; Byron would seem to have lost his verve during the removal.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
She played Cupid here with so much verve, point, impudence and sprightliness, that other Cupids were created for her.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
A sparkling society tale, full of verve and pathos, would have been another thing, and the editor might have been convinced by it.
THE LONGEST JOURNEYE. M. FORSTER
A long drink of red wine seemed to put him in the best of trim, and he began to fiddle with a verve that was irresistible.
She has all the dreamy, languid grace of the South combined with the verve and force of the North.

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