"The Twilight of the Golds" is too patly
calculated to lend its hot-button science-vs.-morality issues the sorely needed credence of messy human emotions.
YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION: aleph; aptly; heap; heeltap; help; hype; leap; leapt; pale; palette; paly; pate; pate; path; patly
; pattee; patty; payee; peal; peat; peaty; peel; pelt; pelta; peltate; petal; petty; plat; plate; play; plea; pleat; tape; telepath; TELEPATHY; tepal; typal; type; yelp.
"Oh, sure." Gercheszky told them about his appearances on Hal Patly
, the Ed Sullivan of the Bronx.
As Claudia Johnson pointed out long ago, "Sense and Sensibility is not, as it is often assumed to be, a dramatized conduct book patly
favoring female prudence over female impetuosity" (Jane Austen 50).