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|Another will say, « I ha»o lived in some credit and rea potation in the world, ami 1 |
am now falling into universal (US- grace and infamy, and in my opinion shame is
worse than death. Answer. Hut is shame worse than hell too ? That is a proud ...
F. M. Kamm - 2013 - 192 pages
|It might even be said that terror per se is worse than death. ... believe that terror is |
worse than death because it could lead people to change a correct policy from
fear, and doing something in this way is shameful and could be worse than death
|Even as Virginius asserts the necessity of his daughter's death, therefore, The |
Physician's Tale is structured in such a way ... or literary incarnations) that shame,
especially in the form of sexual violation, is a fate worse than death—and ultimate
|“Sarah Quilliam, if you've gone over to the Craft Guild, all I have to say to you is |
shame, shame, shame!” Esther retained her grip on Quill's arm and wagged her
finger in Dolly Jean's face. “I cannot believe that you are addressing.
|... if he does end up with a female companion it is only because she becomes |
emotionally bound to him when his heroic behavior has saved her from death or
the kind of sexual degradation and shame we call "a fate worse than death."* ...
|Rebellion is the death ofjustice. Therefore the end for rebellion must be death. |
And worse. I agree to all that. “What's worse than death?” you ask. Shame is
worse. Undying shame. That is what strikes fear into the hearts ofrebels. SurelyI
do see ...
|In particular, cowardly acts produce overwhelming shame that is worse than |
death, injuries, and/or physical pain, tempered by the noble pleasure of having
acted well.36 While I do not deny that shame can be quite powerful, the harms
|for most is a fate worse than death. One becomes labeled as a loser, a loner, a |
nerd, or some other denigrating epithet and experiences either being set adrift
alone on a sea of nothingness or the young person may become a scapegoat for
|The degree of shame the offended experienced at the hands of the offender had |
to be repaid in exact proportion. ... him from the jail to a foreign city, but he
refuses their rescue, arguing that the shame of exile would be worse than death.
|and Dark Lady 93; and death caused by shame 20, 48, 86–88, 94, 95, 146–147, |
221–222, 238, 239 (as worse than death 230); as death or selfloss 1, 9, 11, 16,
17, 18, 20–21, 34–35, 76–77, 78, 81, 82, 86, 93–94, 95, 101, 103–104, 106, ...