10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AGONIZEDLY»
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Encounter Between Eastern Orthodoxy and Radical Orthodoxy: ...
... paradigmatic for nature a process of initial reactive suffering and agonizedly
resistant overcoming and so fails really to grasp the primacy of the good as self-
giving plenitude. This follows, because the 'revelation' of God in actuality or in ...
Dr Adrian Pabst, Mr Christoph Schneider, 2013
The Rafael Sabatini Megapack
Valerie watched him agonizedly, leaning now against the wall, her hands
pressed across her bosom, as if to keep down its tempestuous heaving. Yet her
anguish was tempered by a great wonder and a great admiration of this man who
The Imagined Past: Portrayals of Our History in Modern ...
They give us a Henry tortured by the thought that Bon, who intends to marry his
sister, is part Negro. This Henry agonizedly determines to kill the friend he loves
who is also his half brother. Before this, Quentin has given us a Sutpen whose
Fullness of Dissonance: Modern Fiction and the Aesthetics of ...
... a Grecian Urn," while heard melody is anxiously, even agonizedly linked to the
even sweeter unheard melodies of the pure imagination, the whole metaphorical
construct (and hoped-for metonymic process) remains entrapped by the ...
One reason why the twentieth century brooded on the meaning of existence more
agonizedly than most epochs may be because it held human life so appallingly
cheap. It was by far the bloodiest epoch on historical record, with millions of ...
Heathcliff and the Great Hunger: Studies in Irish Culture
But the epoch of modernity is the age of irony, since having kicked those
foundations from under our feet it is agonizedly or exuberantly aware that all
grounds are arbitrary, even though this is precisely not how we want grounds to
function at ...
The Theatre Book of the Year, 1942-1943
... when two of the women are supposedly dying of poison, shuffles to the door of
the bathroom wherein they are agonizedly giving up their all and calls out: "I want
to take this opportunity to thank you ladies for the lovely necktie you gave me"; ...
George Jean Nathan, Charles Angoff, 1975
Some account of the life of the late Gilbert Earle, written ...
They may have fruidessly tended, and agonizedly lost, the sister whom they have
loved — the daughter whom they have adored — the wife whom they have
worshipped; —but their affliction, severe as it was — their grief, bitter as it might
Francis Barry B. St. Leger, 1824
The Runaway Skyscraper and Other Tales from the Pulps
He jerked agonizedly at the knife-cord. The rope that held him fast remained
unparted. The balloon was rising sluggishly now. The air within was still hot
enough to carry him a little higher, but was cooling steadily. Berry ground his
"See here," and laying her cheek against the pallid brow of her dead benefactor,
she kissed the clay-cold lips softly, wildly, agonizedly, then, leaping to her feet,
cried, in a subdued but thrilling tone: "Could I do that ifI were guilty? Would not
Anna Katharine Green, 2008
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «AGONIZEDLY»
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Review: The Slap Beats Its Viewers Over the Head
... unbeknownst to his wife, Aisha (Thandie Newton), is agonizedly considering an affair with their teenage babysitter, Connie (Makenzie Leigh) ... «TIME, Feb 15»
ISIS Sets Sights on Saudi Arabia
Wars that are never wholly won but simply and agonizedly prolonged year after year while the war machine of those nations continue fattening ... «The News Hub, Nov 14»
Review: Wrecking Ball by Bruce Springsteen
"This Depression" is the second of three ballads on Wrecking Ball, in which the singer agonizedly reaches out for solace, having never been ... «Huffington Post, Mar 12»