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  • s  softly bright or radiant
    lambent tongues of flame

  • Life and death dance sweetly in Ramin Bahrani's lambent fable of cross-cultural connection.
  • All of the glittering words are on view; on page after page the reader's eye is caught by a lambent phrase that subtly calibrates a mood, or a rasping epithet that tears through .
  • Inevitably too, Morgan is now the lover of the Senator's smoky, lambent wife, as well as bureau chief for an unnamed but very important Northern newspaper not easily confused with .

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