10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UXORIOUSNESS»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to uxoriousness
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Faithful Labourers: a Reception History of Paradise Lost, ...
Rajan has no doubt that Adam sins by 'uxoriousness'. He dates Adam's
uxoriousness to the moment of Eve's creation: 'he is doomed from the outset. We
know that even before he has considered eating the fruit his uxoriousness has
sown the ...
Assistant Professor Department of English John Leonard, John Leonard, 2012
While in Cambyses the tyrant translates uxoriousness into cruelty, in Macbeth
uxoriousness and tyranny are ultimately divided, because even though Macbeth
is “effeminate” in becoming a tyrant, he then abandons the emotions that are ...
This is why in Othello uxoriousness is feared as politically threatening, as is the
destruction from within by a state in mutiny. Montano is a Cypriot despite his
Venetian-sounding name and his falling-out with Cassio is a replay of the loss of
And byandbythe people, whenthey met In twosandthrees, or fuller companies,
Began toscoffand jeerand babble ofhim As of aprince whose manhood was all
gone, And moltendown in mere uxoriousness. And thisshegathered from
Alfred Lord Tennyson, 2013
We are, however, not left in doubt about two other aspects of family relations: the
dangers of wifely domination and uxoriousness and the hollowness of
childlessness. Macbeth not only murders his kinsman, he allows his household to
Indulgence of her present caprice was, however, a thought too dangerous even
for his uxoriousness. But whilst unswervingly determined to hold by King
Ferdinand, he could not, he dared not, give that determination utterance. He took
Charles Dickens, New Edition
Mr. Snagsby's uxoriousness remains within the bounds of conventional
Dickensian social comedy andby itself isneither morbid nor especially significant:
MrSnagsbyrefers everythingnot inthe practical mysteries of the business to
French Romantic Travel Writing: Chateaubriand to Nerval
... Nodier was much more susceptible to Sterne's sentimental flirtatiousness, as
Promenade de Dieppe aux montagnes d'Écosse shows with its blend of
uxoriousness, mild voyeurism, and closing salute to the exciting actress 'miss
Kelli [sic]'.7 ...
The Correspondence of Dante Gabriel Rossetti
... proposed phalanstery/disguising WHH's name in DGR letter, 57.13m,
proposed art -journal, I5n5 PRB, Rules, 50.21m, meeting, 22m, breakup owing to
EES & DGR's uxoriousness, 54.28n3 PRB] (24 May 1851), DGR's leaving Red
Lion Sq., ...
Dante Gabriel Rossetti, William Evan Fredeman, 2002
Literary India: Comparative Studies in Aesthetics, ...
... as his queen shows the fault of uxoriousness. The Ayodhya elite consider
uxoriousness a grave fault, especially in a monarch whose successful wielding of
power can be affected by it. The removal of a Lalita Pandit 113.
Patrick Colm Hogan, Lalita Pandit, 1995
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «UXORIOUSNESS»
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Keeping an Eye Open review: Julian Barnes' common-sense …
After reading Geordie Greig's gossipy account of Freud's sex life, Barnes – his own uxoriousness clearly offended by Freud's notorious womanising – suddenly ... «Sydney Morning Herald, Jun 15»
Personal Gold: An Underdog Story
The narrative lets a few loose ends flap, but c'mon: extreme underdogs, extreme biometrics, extreme uxoriousness, extreme Yankee ingenuity. Your heart would ... «TheStranger.com, May 15»
Taiwanese husband becomes famous for loyal service to wife
... Japanese netizens dubbing Charles as “a highly intelligent pack animal” and females moved by Charles' uxoriousness saying: “Taiwanese men are so sweet. «Taipei Times, Apr 15»
Greenaway talks new film Walking To Paris
... the microscope – the mucky, sticky physical 17thworld of fortuitous death and unpredictable birth, huge lust, but passionate uxoriousness - all recorded directly ... «Screen International, Jan 15»
Rubens: An Extra Large Story, BBC Two
We are told, touchingly, of Rubens's loving uxoriousness, as he immortalised both his first wife, Isabella Brant, who died of the plague after 18 years of marriage, ... «The Arts Desk, Jan 15»
5 rules to follow if you must pash in public
Classics include politicos David Mellor and Piers Merchant exhibiting slimy uxoriousness at their garden gates. Victoria Beckham became the subject of her ... «New Zealand Herald, Nov 14»
Kissing in public? No thanks, we're British
Classics include politicos David Mellor and Piers Merchants exhibiting slimy uxoriousness at their garden gates. Fashion designer Victoria Beckham became the ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Nov 14»
How an ad legend could be a bad thing for British cancer research
Unlike his famously combustible, serial monogamist sibling, Charles, Maurice Saatchi is largely known for his charitable endeavours and gentle uxoriousness. «Macleans.ca, Nov 14»
The Wild Duck, Barbican, review: 'devastating'
The heady seduction of passion, uxoriousness, filial and parental attachment: which has the greatest right to our hearts? Perhaps only the duck knows. «Telegraph.co.uk, Oct 14»
The Strangest Family: The Private Lives of George III, Queen …
... grandfather, great-grandfather and son, a compendium of Georgian disorderliness marked by conflicting uxoriousness, misogyny, incompatibility, cruelty and ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Aug 14»