Olivia Cole writes for the spectator and the London Evening Standard.
The difference between this and past crises is that in the past the average citizen was really a spectator.
spectator Joanne Baldwin, 30, spoke to the Duchess during the walkabout.
He currently writes for The spectator and blogs at www.spectator.co.uk/alexmassie.
It is only when he, and his receivers, submit their bodies to the brink of tragedy that I myself feel more alive as a spectator.
I lately made an excursion to a neighbouring village, in order to be a spectator of the ceremonies practised.
She said, "The spectator is not what it used to be in my father's time."
The "spectator" appears to be the only paper with a nervous system, in England—that of a carnassier at present!
But it is this peculiar difference which renders them interesting and charming to the spectator.
But no matter for that; the spectator at a play is more entertained than the actor; and in real life it is much the same.