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  • s  lacking mirth

  • First serialized during the late '90s in the UK newspaper The Guardian, "Gemma Bovery" looks nothing like the mirthless "funnies" Americans have gotten used to in their daily papers.
  • They even go for his latter-day curlicues which have the hard, mirthless gaiety of a Broadway shooting gallery.
  • In Moscow grim Nikolai Lenin's grimmer successor, Josef Stalin, showed last week that he too can coin mirthless epigrams, as hard as the nickname, "Steel," which Lenin gave him.

  • Germaine Greer in CNN-IBN
    Everything about her is infuriating: her haughty way of stalking about, her indomitable self-confidence, her chandelier earrings, her leaping eyebrows, her mirthless smile, her putty nose and her eternal bray,says Germaine Greer, a British...

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