Such strict constitutionalist arguments, Adler said, are based on an absurdist, “gotcha literalism.”
“We draw no victory from leaving these issues unresolved,” Adler said.
Adler seized Lola by the collar and slammed his hand against the garage door closer.
After two novels, Adler went back to journalism, to reporting on the moment.
But unlike, say, Manhattan at its coldest, Adler’s version of the ‘70s keeps you from finding it too romantic.
Bennett glanced at the chart that Adler held and then at the compass affixed to the rail of the bridge close at hand.
Say nothing to Adler about this thing—say nothing to anybody.'
Lloyd was too large-hearted to feel any irritation at the sight of Adler.
"Only we have no money to pay our fare to Paris," interposed Adler.
It's Adler; he's down again and can't get up; asks you to leave him.
Adler Ad·ler (äd'lər, ād'-), Alfred. 1870-1937.
Austrian psychiatrist. He rejected Sigmund Freud's emphasis on sexuality and theorized that neurotic behavior is an overcompensation for feelings of inferiority.