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Emotional Realism

· By Jake A · Published 5 months ago

Constructor's Note: The title refers to the literary quality the subject of the puzzle brought to their narratives.
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  • Taylor Johnson 11:29 · 5 months ago
    I like how your theme answers intersected, Couple of tough clues as well!
    • Jake A constructor · 5 months ago
      Thanks, Taylor! I started with the intersecting answers and worked out from there. Glad you enjoyed it!
      1AUnisex garment that must feel so right!
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      Across
      1. 1A
        Unisex garment that must feel so right!
      2. 7A
        Slimmest margin in a democratic contest
      3. 12A
        Oft objectionably late hour
      4. 15A
        __ of the essence
      5. 17A
        Measure of the volume of electrons
      6. 18A
        A second home in the city, after pied
      7. 19A
        Red Dawn invader
      8. 20A
        Cooper’s hawk to a vintner
      9. 22A
        Venetian theatre district
      10. 23A
        Recently departed creator of beloved characters whose stories often intersect, like 33A
        Title characters in 1955[---------------]
        and 14D
        Title characters in 1954[-------------]
      11. 30A
        Colloquial phrase that may be followed by a raise
      12. 31A
        Platform for Apples
      13. 33A
        Title characters in 1955
      14. 38A
        Pols Hutchinson or Bushnell
      15. 39A
        What ended in an inferno on July 12, 1979 at Comiskey Park
      16. 40A
        Some sovereign debt
      17. 45A
        Indignant rhetorical question
      18. 46A
        Sufficient, as a facsimile
      19. 50A
        Flay (and what is flayed)
      20. 54A
        Rocked the mic
      21. 55A
        Some allergies and employees
      22. 57A
        Castro’s Cuban of choice
      23. 58A
        Park Muir championed
      24. 59A
        Of a nasal cavity
      25. 60A
        Wobble
      Down
      1. 1D
        Junior Chargers drafted before he became a senior
      2. 2D
        Sheriff of Nottingham’s poorbox plunder, in the Disney version
      3. 3D
        Proxies
      4. 4D
        Two moons’ position vis-a-vis My Hammy, per Denny’s
      5. 5D
        Ending for Kevin Cost
      6. 6D
        Chew
      7. 7D
        Moorish kettledrum
      8. 8D
        Dick enshrined in Springfield
      9. 9D
        Mob rule
      10. 10D
        Wreaked havoc upon
      11. 11D
        Matron goddess of Ireland
      12. 13D
        Sequence leading to Fridays
      13. 14D
        Title characters in 1954
      14. 16D
        Salt in Sète
      15. 21D
        Top of the masthead, initially
      16. 23D
        Publicly exposed and shamed on social media, with on
      17. 24D
        Mexican Trilogy first
      18. 25D
        House and company in Austria’s capital
      19. 26D
        Archaic night before
      20. 27D
        "Crying Game" actor Stephen
      21. 28D
        Silent star de Putti
      22. 29D
        Short, familiar closing
      23. 30D
        Iwo Jima flag-raiser Hayes
      24. 32D
        Agency giving out digits to all Americans
      25. 34D
        “...For Idiots” genre
      26. 35D
        Not to be confused with NKOTB
      27. 36D
        Logical start
      28. 37D
        Geologic time equal to one billion years
      29. 41D
        Gradually accustom to
      30. 42D
        Life in one cell
      31. 43D
        Shore shoe
      32. 44D
        She’s Ms. Mia Wallace
      33. 46D
        To the left of center, perhaps
      34. 47D
        Comic Philips and others
      35. 48D
        Former Taoiseach Varadkar
      36. 49D
        Daybreak direction
      37. 50D
        A portion
      38. 51D
        Close community connection
      39. 52D
        “All set, thanks. Grabbed a bite on the way here.”
      40. 53D
        A D-back, for one
      41. 56D
        Holy papal jurisdiction
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