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anatomise

verb The dissection of an animal or other organism to study the structure and relation of the parts.
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After the interval, the audience turns to an edgy operatic thriller written by Scottish crime novelist Louise Welsh, which anatomises post-traumatic stress disorder through the experiences of two former soldiers.
He pins down and anatomises one of the most bizarre transformations in recent global history.
A suffocatingly powerful read, Freedom anatomises a relationship and a nation in decline and their slender chances at redemption.
Its critical edge anatomises an exemplary life and one racked with sadness and little victories in turn, but never with bitterness or arrogance.