10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PRURIENCY»
Discover the use of pruriency
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to pruriency
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
A Handbook of Classical Drama
The charges of Pentheus, therefore, are doubtless intended in part to reveal the
unhealthy pruriency of his own mind. Certain it is that this pruriency makes it
impossible for Pentheus to give credence to the refutation offered even by his
Philip Whaley Harsh, 1944
The Journals and Miscellaneous Notebooks of Ralph Waldo ...
He is never obscure or harsh in a new or rare word. Then he has marked virility,
as if a surgeon or practical physiologist had no secrets to teach him, but he deals
with these as Abraham or Moses would & with (no French or English pruriency) ...
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Ronald A. Bosco, 1982
The Physiology of Love and Other Writings
For them, love is an intermittent pruriency that begins at eighteen and ends at
forty or, at the latest, fifty; pruriency between the pleasing and the troublesome,
and which morally can be cured only by one medicine alone – woman. This
Paolo Mantegazza, Nicoletta Pireddu, 2007
The Cambridge History of English Literature Volume X the Age ...
His Pruriency 53 nature. On the former, there is no need to enlarge: the less so,
as it is often inseparably interwoven with the humour of character, which has
already been sufficiently discussed. If we consider such scenes as that of Trim's ...
LITERARY LIONS "CHARITY IS THE MOST MISCHIEVOUS SORT OF pruriency,"
quipped George Bernard Shaw in "The Revolutionist's Handbook," the afterword
to his 1901 play Man and Superman. It follows, then, that the cantankerous ...
As to the “ pruriency of imagination," which has represented him as “ laying
himself on the ground" to catch “ a taint" from the connexion of Pope with Martha
Blount, this odious quality, from the “ disgusting" style of the metaphor, may safely
John Scott, John Taylor, 1820
The Works of Laurence Sterne: Tristram Shandy [pt. 1-5
so that my own is quite swallowed up in the consideration of it, — that this self-
same vile pruriency for fresh adventures in all things, has got so strongly into du
mnyen proposé, tS* comme, sous le Ion plaisir de Téveque, le Conseil estime qu'
When I defy you to produce any passage or passages to justify the nauseous and
obscene imagery of your criticism, you slink into generalities, and we are told of
the pruriency discoverable in what is said generally oi Pope's connexion with ...
New Italian and English Dictionary in Two Parts: With a New ...
... tf. proof; trial; experiment; vtimess P:4irfgine, sf. itching; pruriency Pruriginöse, a
, adj. prurient ; itching Prurire, от. 3. to itcn Prurito, *m. pruriency : great desire ;
longing Piuzza, sf. itching; cutaneous pricking Psicología, if. doctrine of the soul, ...
An Examination of the Strictures of the Critical Reviewers ...
As Naevolus could entertain no fears of a punishment of this nature, it is obvious
that the words " perverse pruriency" allude to the inveterate itch of commenting,
which could produce so absurd a meaning from a plain and simple passage; and
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «PRURIENCY»
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Searching for Christ's Penis
... quick to politely point the slavering viewer toward the fineness of line and the interesting use of space and color, Schiele's original, undoubted pruriency has a ... «ArtSlant, Oct 14»
Robber Baron's Chelsea Opera House Is Now a Dallas BBQ
... of depravity and cupidity such as, thank Heaven, does not often bring a blush to pure maiden faces or cause the ears of pruriency to tingle with its filthy recitals. «Curbed NY, May 13»
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For those who make and sell the controversial material, authorities' reluctance to actually prosecute pruriency comes as no surprise. In fact, the ubiquity of smut ... «Christian Science Monitor, Sep 06»