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His evocation of a civilization forced to confront its decline and eventual demise captures the creeping gloom of life in our climate-imperiled world—and his plea for long-term thinking in service of humankind’s future resonates.Apple TV+’s Beautiful, Frustrating Foundation Is the Latest Example of the Problem With Genre TV|Judy Berman|September 24, 2021|Time
Summer of 85 delights in romantic excess, ending up as an almost literal evocation of one of the songs on its era-specific soundtrack.A Teenager in Normandy Feels the Heat of First Love in Summer of 85|Stephanie Zacharek|June 18, 2021|Time
Top U.S. officials contribute with their daily evocation of saintly principles that the United States itself has often defied.
Border Town, by Shen Congwen—a beautiful evocation of rural China in the 1930s.
The best thing about it is its evocation of civilian life in the 1940s, both in the U.S. and Australia.
For all the evocation of history, it is important to note that the groups sponsoring these rallies are newly created.
And an embellished event can be closer to the truth than factual precision, if its evocation is infused with intuitive wisdom.
For such intensity of evocation is as contagious as an enthusiasm or a panic.Repertory Of The Comedie Humaine, Complete, A -- Z|Anatole Cerfberr and Jules Franois Christophe
In strictness, the business of poetry should not be called imitation at all, but rather evocation.
Lizzie sat silent, spellbound, as she listened, by the sudden evocation of Mr. Jackson Benn.Tales Of Men And Ghosts|Edith Wharton
Never was ripe skill less mechanical, and never was the faculty of perpetual evocation less addicted to prudent economies.Picture and Text|Henry James
As if answering an evocation, the opals passed before him in a vision.The Black Opal|Katharine Susannah Prichard