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|Soldier. and. Parade's. End. Rebecca West brings the child home in The Return |
of the Soldier. In her novella, the ... in Tristram Shandy, with reference to Uncle
Toby's war wound, “the history of a soldier's wound beguiles the pain ofit”' (vii).
|They smack of honor both. Shakespeare: Macbeth, i, 2, 1605 The history of a |
soldier's wound beguiles the pain of it. Laurence Sterne: Tristram Shandy, i, 25,
1760 LORD UXBRIDGE—I'velost myleg,byGod! WELLINGTON—By God, sir, so
|In Sterne's work, by contrast, fortification features prominently, as fortified towns |
constitute the core of Uncle Toby's hobby-horse. At the end of volume one of
Tristram Shandy, we read that “[the] history of a soldier's wound beguiles the pain
of it; ...
|Narrative, as an enactment of divided attention, is thus the text's vehicle of |
diversion: "the history of a soldier's wound," as we learn early, "beguiles the pain
of it" (1.25.79). As Toby is healed, first by telling the story of his wound and then
|There was a brownish red stain near the wound site; some oozing was still taking |
place. ... Now it is history, and as the English author of Tristram Shandy would
have it, "The history of a soldier's wound beguiles the pain of it.' It is, to be sure, ...
|59 Stuart Peterfreund situates such comprehension in terms of the emergence of |
the philosophy of history, arguing that ... bring a cure: “The history of a soldier's
wound beguiles the pain of it;—my uncle's visiters at least thought so” (TS, 88).
|THE wound in my uncle Toby's groin, which he received at the siege of Namur, |
rendering him iuifit for the service, it was ... The history of a soldier's wound
beguiles the pain of it—my uncle's visitors, at least, thought so, and, in their daily
|For as Sterne, in his wry way, noticed in Tristram Shandy, with reference to my |
Uncle Toby's war wound, "the history of a soldier's wound beguiles the pain of it" (
I, xxv, 79). The reason witnessing mitigates the pain it cannot cure seems.
|Tl. IE. FlELD. OF. BATTLE: SOLDIERS. EYE. The history of a soldier's wound |
beguiles the pain of it. —La1urence Sterne, T ristram S/randy (1760) adventurers,
like Nashe s Jack W llIOI1 r C ervantes Don Quixote, who inhabit works usually ...
|From the moment he discovers that 'the history of a soldier's wound beguiles the |
pain of it' (p. 88), he begins to build his defenses - and his bridges - to
compensate for the injury. His fortifications model his sexual reality: in the
excitement of ...
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