Wells has written some lovely, thoughtful, and evocative reviews over the past year.
The stories, most of them very short, have the blunt, evocative effect of parables or campfire tales.
And obviously the picture is so evocative that the first question is, “What happened to the child?”
Emotive words and evocative phrases give language its power.
But perhaps the truest joy of Fire Season is the evocative language Connors uses to capture the natural world.
The evocative power of perfume with regard to memory is compelling.
Today, the term machine is evocative of software rather than hardware.
But even Ranny could not have foretold the full extent of his reaction to that sinuous and evocative Address.
I was grateful for the fluke by which I had witnessed on the terrace that evocative scene.
The determinants are the special evocative conditions, which may be either culture contacts or economic fostering.