The critical sense is so far from frequent that it is absolutely rare, and the possession of the cluster of qualities that minister to it is one of the highest distinctions... In this light one sees the critic as the real helper of the artist, a torchbearing outrider, the interpreter, the brother... Just in proportion as he is sentient and restless, just in proportion as he reacts and reciprocates and penetrates, is the critic a valuable instrument.
The new "ambiguity" means, in a way adjudged favorable to literary, poetic, intellectually and psychologically well-devised and praiseworthily executed linguistic performance, uncertainty of meaning, or difficulty for the interpreter in identifying just what the meaning in question is: it means the old meanings of ambiguity with a difference. It means uncertainty of meaning (of a word or combination of words) purposefully incorporated in a literary composition for the attainment of the utmost possible variety of meaning-play compressible within the verbal limits of the composition.laura riding
As usage is a good interpreter of the laws, so non-usage, where there is no example, is a great intendment that the law will not bear it.
Blind unbelief is sure to err, And scan his work in vain; God is his own interpreter, And he will make it plain.william cowper
Mr Dangle, here are two very civil gentlemen trying to make themselves understood, and I don't know which is the interpreter.Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Art is Nature made by ManTo Man the interpreter of God.robert bulwer-lytton
One sole God;One sole ruler,—his Law;One sole interpreter of that law—Humanity.Giuseppe Mazzini
Careful listening to current country and western and rock music with the help of an interpreter for coded phrases shows that young people are hearing a constant stream of messages about getting high, feeling good, going on trips, and using drugs of all kinds with all methods.virgil miller newton
Between God and man, between the gospel and each soul, the interpreter is Love.
The Scripture is to be its own interpreter, or rather the Spirit speaking in it; nothing can cut the diamond but the diamond; nothing can interpret Scripture but Scripture.richard watson
Every great architect is — necessarily — a great poet. He must be a great original interpreter of his time, his day, his age.Frank Lloyd Wright
[The poet] must write as the interpreter of nature and the legislator of mankind, and consider himself as presiding over the thoughts and manners of future generations, as a being superior to time and place.samuel johnson
God is the architect of the event; you are the interpreter of the moment.steve maraboli
They received the use of the five operations of the Lord and in the sixth place he imparted them understanding, and in the seventh speech, an interpreter of the cogitations thereof.
Egad, I think the interpreter is the hardest to be understood of the two!Richard Brinsley Sheridan
As long as words a different sense will bear, And each may be his own interpreter, Our airy faith will no foundation find; The word's a weathercock for every wind.john dryden
The critical sense is so far from frequent that it is absolutely rare, and the possession of the cluster of qualities that minister to it is one of the highest distinctions... In this light one sees the critic as the real helper of the artist, a torchbearing outrider, the interpreter, the brother... Just in proportion as he is sentient and restless, just in proportion as he reacts and reciprocates and penetrates, is the critic a valuable instrument.Henry James
One sole God; One sole ruler, his Law; One sole interpreter of that law Humanity.Giuseppe Mazzini
For Art is Nature made by Man to Man the interpreter of God.
The Scripture is to be its own interpreter , or rather the Spirit speaking in it: nothing can cut the Diamond but the Diamond; nothing can interpret Scripture but Scripture.