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Rooney is a self-proclaimed Marxist, but her novels aren’t polemics against capitalism.Sally Rooney’s latest novel is a lucid, nuanced story about coming of age in a broken world|Bilal Qureshi|September 10, 2021|Washington Post
Galileo responded with a stupendous piece of polemic literature entitled The Assayer, in which he pounced on this fabled story like a cat on a mouse.Galileo the Science Publicist - Issue 103: Healthy Communication|Mario Livio|July 14, 2021|Nautilus
Taylor doesn’t seek to salve such pain, but nor has he written a polemic.
Though it’s not a polemic, the film’s underlying argument is clear.
Entering someone else’s experience through a movie is different from being presented with statistics, or polemics.David Fincher’s new movie Mank is a broadside against Hollywood self-congratulation|Alissa Wilkinson|December 4, 2020|Vox
Grizzard said he knew early on that the study might be received as polemic.Playing Violent Video Games Makes You a Better Person, Study Says|Kevin Zawacki|July 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“These accounts are dressed up in the language of religious polemic,” Williams said.
He scoffed as Abu Hassar began to roll into this Islamist polemic.
But mixed with that portion of truth is a larger portion of polemic and apologetic.
But neither is it a rigorous sociological study or a polemic or a jeremiad.Too Soon to Write: Choire Sicha’s ‘Very Recent History’|Stefan Beck|August 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
These songs are grouped in four divisions: religious songs, polemic and satirical songs, songs of war, and songs of martyrdom.History of the Rise of the Huguenots|Henry Baird
Through political organization, historical and polemic writing and moral regeneration, these men strove to uplift their people.The Negro Problem|Booker T. Washington, et al.
No doubt there is a polemic side or aspect of theology; but so there is of all knowledge; so there is of every science.
Precisely in the same circumstances of idle and absurd sequestration stands the term polemic.
He had been ill of the gout; and, as it seemed, had only become aware of the polemic the preceding day.Sir Jasper Carew|Charles James Lever