It is also more in the nature of misperception and interpretive crudity, rather than ignorance.
I came [to personal essays] through the route of, if you want to call it intellection or a kind of interpretive [genre].
Yes, that was interpretive dance accompanying those Oscar-nominated film scores.
But then I was so impressed by the unique and interpretive ideas people were able to come up with.
And what is the difference between a truly creative artist and an interpretive artist?
An artistic concept or interpretive sense of the highest possible order.
Clogging, the ballet, interpretive and toe dances—why enumerate them.
And they respond by calling forth the interpretive genius of their conductor.
It is interpretive of episode, and the episode forces it into shape.
More observer Rell were quickly focused on the novel sight and further data was rapidly fed into the interpretive bank.