One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘He must have been especially sensitive to the ways in which one gets, despite the variousness of one's output, pigeonholed.’
- ‘The magazines I'd learned most from, Yugen and Locus Solus, were committed to a sense of variousness, and I had no interest in editing a magazine where the bloc of contributors was the same from issue to issue.’
- ‘Mathews is also somehow French in his variousness; his work cannot be reduced to a formula or a subject.’
- ‘But for all the variousness and inventiveness with which Andrews treats the idea in his early work, one problem arises, acutely explored by P. Inman.’
- ‘The book threatens to collapse under its own variousness.’
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