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Even the seeming somnolence of Ms. Hoss’s voice-over narration has its purpose.
Perhaps feeling that there’s no point in competing with a royal tornado, the rest of the cast turns in nigh-invisible performances that lean toward somnolence or stiffness.
After reaching a high point in the mid-2000s, with Jason Varitek vigorously smushing a catcher’s mitt into A-Rod’s pretty mug, the Red Sox and Yankees rivalry drifted off into somnolence this decade.
Time to put away the beach book and dive into the arts, which return this month from their summer somnolence.
The book opens just after the end of World War II as a boy named Erwin struggles out of an all-consuming somnolence to find himself in the blue glare of a seaside displacement camp in Naples.
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