Quite how a full-scale civil war can avoid being “politicized,” His Excellency failed to enlighten the chamber.
"Our study does not enlighten this controversy at all, sorry to tell you that," says Volkow.
Surely Charyn intends to provoke as much as entertain and enlighten.
Creator Rod Serling was compelled by the need “not to just entertain but to enlighten.”
With Sinclair as our non-judgmental guide, we see that these revelations are not meant to shock us but, perhaps, enlighten us.
He did not attempt to enlighten the man as to the reason why there were two "in the ditch" instead of one.
Of these matters, however, he was ignorant, and Mrs. Seaton did not enlighten him.
If the witness is dead, you should be still more sceptical, for you cannot enlighten yourself.
Edith in her present costume remained unknown, nor did she enlighten him.
No one in Paris could be found who could enlighten or help her; at least, so she represented.