Example sentences for: pauline

How can you use “pauline” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In the "Arts & Leisure" section of last Sunday's New York Times , director Anderson recounts how he traveled to the Berkshires to show Rushmore to the retired New Yorker critic Pauline Kael, from whose writing, he says, he learned to watch movies.

  • Media stories have focused on John Huang, Charles Trie, and Pauline Kanchanalak, three Asian-Americans who raised nearly $3 million for the Democratic National Committee.

  • Schickel is alternately sycophantic (toward Eastwood) and pugilistic (toward any critic who has ever had unkind words for the actor--particularly Pauline Kael, who did seem to have a mission to make the tall man's Magnum shrivel).

  • An obituary in the New York Times used the word cold three times, and for good measure added chilly , icy , bleak , and grim . Kubrick the Cold is a cliché that cropped up in the columns of Pauline Kael and now serves as a comfy sofa for those who don't want to deal with Kubrick's ambition.

  • A movie critic blames the decline of movie criticism on Pauline Kael's disciples (among those implicated, Slate's David Edelstein).


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