McEwan discusses starting a conversation with readers about what we've all come to expect from novels.
He discusses his strange phobia, what makes him cry, and what he and Gore Vidal have in common.
The Royalist discusses Harry's ill-advised musings on the similarities between war and Playstation.
Garrett discusses being stop-lossed, which is a psychological yo-yo that really screwed him up.
The founder of the term “virtual reality” discusses the technical and cultural problems those designs could cause.
Adrienne discusses learnedly the merits of the Divisions who have been billeted in the village.
It is older than Aristotle, who discusses it in his treatise on Politics.
In 1708 he published a fourth volume of the Review, in which he discusses the Union at great length.
Also it discusses local affairs with fluency and more or less point.
In her introduction she sketches the life of Queen Margaret and discusses the identity of the supposed narrators of the tales.
mid-14c., "to examine, investigate," from Latin discuss-, past participle stem of discutere "to dash to pieces, agitate," in Late Latin and Vulgar Latin also "to discuss, investigate" (see discussion). Meaning "examine by argument, debate" is from mid-15c. Related: Discussed; discussing.