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The gentle romantic blossomed into a wicked ironist whose authorial intrusions, jump cuts and sheer mischief influenced American experimentalists like John Barth and Donald Barthelme.
Mac, who comes off as a sincere ironist in conversation, rejects the grant-speak claims about most interactive performance.
An ironist might be suspicious of its concerns: parting, loss, family, war.
Unlike his predecessor, Barack Obama, a low-key ironist from the mellow shores of Oahu, the incumbent is a fast-talking agitator from New York, a city of 8.5 million people and, seemingly, three million shrinks.
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