Put it all together, Mr. Chauvel said, and the young in France feel not just anger but wrath — and little patience with musical lectures from their elders, especially when those elders include musicians who have made it and are seen as financially flush.
– Alissa J. Rubin and Aurelien Breeden ‘Toute La Vie,’ Song for French Charity, Strikes Discordant Note The New York Times
Wounded by death, she devotes herself to a pastime for which she must kill daily. Drowning in loss, she commits herself to a creature whose defining trait is the capacity to fly away.
– Kathryn Schulz ‘Rapt: Grieving with your goshawk‘ The New Yorker