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|Anthologies now typically include the following parodic epitaphs: At last God |
caught his eye. —Harry Secombe, Welsh comedian, for a head waiter (MDQ, 190
) She sleeps alone at last. —Robert Benchley, for an actress (MDQ, 189) Here
|But God looked sour at him, cocking his eye, and Brer Rabbit shut up. Then God |
... Last, God took a little calabash and said, “This you must fill with Brother Deer's
eye water. ... How could he catch blackbirds by the sackfuli He wasn't a hawk!
|One of the most important works of twentieth-century American literature, Zora Neale Hurston's beloved 1937 classic, Their Eyes Were Watching God, is an enduring Southern love story sparkling with wit, beauty, and heartfelt wisdom.|
|Anyway, this fear of the grass reaches into him and squeez— es his face about |
off so all you really see is the eyes. Those blue eyes. The whispering ones in the
grass figure they have at last caught themselves a god, they have captured one ...
|While he continues mumbling his objections, Emma looks out the window toward |
her own apartment. ... Gone at last! What a woman! My God, what a woman! I'm
worn out!... Believe me, if she comes back, she can knock, and kick, and ring the
bell to her heart's ... Suddenly his eye is caught by something across the way.
|At last it was time to turn for home, but he dared not set out without first building a |
fire to warm himself. Indeed, he had no ... He had nearly finished and was about
to reach for a handful of twigs when something caught his eye. Something bright
|Ibices are most vile, when they are shrouded and ouer-cast with a countenance |
of Vertue ; a wizard of pietie maketh one a monster in God's eyes. * There is no
such villanie as that which is varnished ouer with colours of godlinesse. Sinners ...
|salad fork sticking out of his stomach...that nice, flat stomach. Now that was what |
all stomachs should look like, ... “God, you're a mess.” She caught the eye of a
passing waiter, not even their waiter. “Take away her plate and bring her a
|FaBoVe "Laughed every goblin." BrRo God. Bella \or Izabella] Akhatovna |
Akhmadulina. RusPo. tr. by Robert Arthur Douglas Ford God. Samuel Greenberg.
... NOBAu God broke into my house last night. Scapegoat. ... God caught his eye.