With alarming haste, I was referred to a neurologist, who tentatively diagnosed a condition called optic neuritis, which is often, although not exclusively, a harbinger of multiple sclerosis.
Penny Anderson, The Guardian, 25 February 2008. Guardian
Gandhi decried the Raj as the harbinger of modernity, while for Nehru it was the detested heart of the ancien regime.
Soumya Bhattacharya, The Observer, 12 August 2007. Observer,
reviewing Maria Misra's Vishnu's Crowded Temple: India Since the Great Rebellion. Amazon
The push of the drama is for Cusack to learn the beauty and danger of his elders’ spirit of compromise; perhaps the filmmakers err when they portray him as the harbinger of a cleaner, more righteous political era.