It is that sense of immediacy, even in novels about the past, that you get from his fiction.
The initial causes of the protests almost seem lost in the violence and immediacy of the clashes.
Yet the difficulty was in capturing the immediacy of a narrative that was chaotically in motion.
“You are in the dance,” Wenders says of the immediacy he hoped to convey.
The Iranian threat, of course, is real, but its immediacy gets turned on and off by the Prime Minister like a faucet.
The distinction between memory and the present immediacy has a double bearing.
Jeff had considered the possibility, but its immediacy appalled him.
And with the bright small things of immediacy they are so active and-399- alert.
This flight is the immediacy of conviction and the ecstasy which follows.
He disliked all Gringos, but this Gringo he hated with an immediacy that was unusual even in him.