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|Bowen, Catherine Drinker For your born writer, nothing is so healing as the |
realization that he has come upon the right word. - Bowen, Catherine Drinker ...
Bronte, Charlotte Great writers are the saints for the godless. - Brookner, Anita
|Twenty-three stories chronicle the experiences of people who have answered an ad for an artist's retreat, believing that they will find a peaceful refuge, only to find themselves isolated and trapped in a cavernous old theater.|
|Therefore no justification is given us in the inadequacy and the negligence of the |
saints to let the godless have their way. Since they with us confess God's name
they ought to choose between two alternatives: either to repudiate the Christian ...
|Writing three years later, Neophytos' deep emotion is hardly masked. ... 'At this |
great calamity every Godloving soul weeps. ... while writing a Panegyric for St
Sabas, Neophytos suddenly breaks his narrative concerning the Saint to refer to
the 'godless dogs who took' Jerusalem, and to lament because 'the holy of holies
|Mme de La Fayette attended the great ladies' salons, where she met Racine, |
Corneille, Boileau and other leading men of letters. ... She had been certain that
anyone who could write the godless and relentlessly cynical epigrams in his
Maxims had to be depraved. ... Saint-Sulpice. With slim trees fringing it and the
busy Fontaine des Quatre Points Cardinaux at its center, this wide granite square
was one ...
|Rulers, Writers, Rebels, and Saints Lister M. Matheson ... Fiske—that is, John |
Fiske, a professor of history at Washington University in Saint Louis, author of
The Discovery ofAmerica (Boston, 1892). ... “Thorhild bars me, godless, from her
|In the churches, worshippers gather fervently around the long-dead bones of |
saints. (In Perth, the rare ... In the streets, the godless masses queue in their
thousands outside phone shops, keen to acquire their own personal false iDols;
|62 In this one sen- tence, Wandel succinctly summarizes two varieties of |
economic objections to the cult of the saints. ... The anonymous writer of a parody
of a Catholic vigil mocks the “godless papists, monks, and priests” who
encouraged people to “make ... 63For a fascinating analysis of this term, see
Lyndal Roper, “'The Common Man,' 'the Common Good,' 'Common Women':
Gender and Meaning in ...
|meanings — and it seemed to me vital that this idea be woven into the fabric of |
the novel. So it was arranged that ... I would propose him as the patron saint of
writers everywhere, had he not been a godless atheist. Shattering the Silence ...