The acoustic goal for the foyers was to reduce the high level of noise generated by the combination of reverberative
glass and wood surfaces and the excited babble of visitors' voices.
Jacobs-Jenkins's Everybody deals with "the summoning of every man to death," and investigating the piece in the wake of Houghton's passing has "felt reverberative
and complex and meaningful."
In addition, Cardenio is both the protagonist of the longest and most important of the interpolated stories (six in total) and also a relevant character within the main plot, an antagonist furnishing a reverberative
but potentially undermining counterbalance to the protagonists weight.
The effect is both repetitive and reverberative
. Daniel Walden's introduction to the volume is repeated with only slight difference in his reminiscence in Part 2; Nathan Devir's analysis of I Am The Clay find its counterpart in his Part 2 interview with Adena Potok on the genesis of that novel in Potok's experiences as an army chaplain in Korea in 1956-7.
As a poet, RST saw it as a happy accident that the prayer book and King James Bible were products of a "high stage of [English] literary culture," and felt that the language carried what he termed a "reverberative
power"--a grandeur and sonority -which could bear repetition week by week (Ormond 55).
As a research note by Standard and Poor's seemed to suggest this month, an ongoing commitment to infrastructure development is one thing, but for it to lever the type of economic growth whose benefits can be reverberative
it needs to be complemented by labour skills building upon the sheer capital outlay.
Here is scholarship emblazoned with style, his trademark pithy phrasing leaning into, when so required, a candid and sincere appreciation of what happens when poetry works best, as in his magisterial essay on Michael Hartnett, or his warm appreciation of the work of Peter Fallon of the Gallery Press, or the three essays on Seamus Heaney which note a genius at "transmuting observation and experience into language of great physical and reverberative
precision." It is a good and apt description of Seamus Heaney's work, and though I suspect Dennis O'Driscoll would have balked at me saying so, it could also serve as an appropriate response to these essays.