adjective + be + noun
I read this text and encounter an unfamiliar structure.
"Most load and untiring has been Michael Krauss, of the University of Alaska."
can you explain the first part of sentence?
The before and after sentences are :
"That's not quite what some endangered-language specialists have been seeking for more than 30 years. Most load and untiring has been Michael Krauss, of the University of Alaska. He has often complained that linguists are playing with non-essentials while most of their raw data is disappearing".