But is Timon bighearted, or even honest?
Be kind, he admonishes the reader directly at one point, and it’s a testament to this bighearted novel that I felt duly chastened, almost like a member of the clan.
Charmingly told through the eyes of a ranch hand who is pulled into the shenanigans of two guests, this bighearted story offers hard-won wisdom and will leave readers smiling at the end.
The cops are bighearted, the mobsters are loyal.
But Perry, little old bighearted Perry, was always pestering Dick to pick up the damnedest, sorriest-looking people.
In America, she’s best known as Hélène on “Killing Eve,” and, especially, as Andréa Martel, the hard-charging but bighearted boss woman on “Call My Agent!”
He plays Stan Beeman, a bighearted F.B.I. agent in counter-intelligence who, like everyone else on the show, begins to betray his beliefs in the name of upholding them.
As Morris Dickstein writes in “Dancing in the Dark” (Norton; $29.95), a bighearted, rambling new survey of American culture in the nineteen-thirties, “The arts bound people together in a collaborative effort to interpret and alleviate their plight.”
Dwyer taught us that “when somebody gives you information about your character, we call it a ‘gift,’ ” and I was gifted, at various times, with the following information: I was a baby named Fuckshit, a bighearted tofurkey farmer, and a cheerleader with skin grafts on my palms.
When Senator Mitch McConnell, the Majority Leader, was asked how he could square the Republican Party’s budget-cutting priorities with the need to respond to the hurricanes, he brushed the question aside by saying that America is a “bighearted country” that is always willing “to cover these emergencies.”
.) | Wind and brass instruments will abound in the group’s surprisingly beefy second concert, which features not only an appearance by another piano eminence (André Watts, in Beethoven’s Concerto No. 4 in G Major) but also the New York première of a work by Richard Danielpour and a performance of Dvorák’s bighearted “New World” Symphony.
After the stunned and traumatized Lisa is robbed on a stoop by a man who befriends her, she sells the winter coat off her back to pay for a night at a flophouse (the charitable desk clerk is played by the poet Gregory Corso), and then stays in Tompkins Square Park in the company of Nick (Richard Edson), a bighearted but emotionally damaged and abusive Vietnam veteran.
After a lauded Off Broadway run last year, a bighearted revival of “Torch Song”—trimmed both in title and in script—has arrived on Broadway (beautifully directed by Moisés Kaufman, at the Hayes) at a theatrical moment rich in restagings of groundbreaking shows by and about gay men, including, in the past couple of years, “The Boys in the Band,” “Falsettos,” and “Angels in America.”
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After a lauded Off Broadway run last year a bighearted revival of Torch Song—trimmed both in title and in script—has arrived on Broadway beautifully directed by Moisés Kaufman at the Hayes at a theatrical moment rich in restagings of groundbreaking shows by and about gay men including in the past couple of years The Boys in the Band Falsettos and Angels in America