a novelist who reveals an exceptional percipience of human aspirations and desires
Recent Examples on the WebMore recent events sent me back to the novel itself, and to a new respect for Lewis’ percipience about Americans’ vulnerability to the blandishments of political charlatans, and about his oracular vision of how a fascist takeover would unfold.
Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times, 7 Dec. 2021 Readers knew to expect in a Flanigan column percipience and foresight, expressed in graceful, unaffected prose.
Los Angeles Times, 22 Aug. 2021 Jones has experience with a wide array of run-pass option plays as well, and his football percipience is highly regarded.
Dan Wiederer, chicagotribune.com, 3 Apr. 2021
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