10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «VESPERTINAL»
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A Singing Contest: Conventions of Sound in the Poetry of ...
This dissonance, once felt, had to be resolved, and it was resolved in that
vespertinal mixture of sadness and tranquility which is perhaps Virgil's most
personal contribution to poetry.”22 Heaney has not borrowed this exact “
vespertinal mixture” ...
Archive for History of Exact Sciences
Vespertinal setting of Aquila (ES). It is stormy. Day 14 (January 6). Middle of the
winter. Strong wintry south wind blows at sea. Day 16 (January 8). Wintry south
wind at sea. Day 27 (January 19). Vespertinal setting of Dolphin (ES). The sun ...
Virgil: General articles and the Eclogues
Hence the melodious, but somber intimation at the conclusion of £.10, gravis
cantantibus umbra, / iuniperi gravis umbra. Panofsky (above, note 17) 300,
speaks of this "vespertinal mixture of sadness and tranquillity" as "perhaps Virgil's
Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature
If Mr. Sale, in his own elegant argot, had accused the meat-wives of being in a
prematurely vespertinal condition, we should have known what he meant.
Perhaps he got confused between vespertinal and matutinal. And he missed an
John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, Henry T. Steele, 1867
The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature
What is a matutinal condition? Half-educated people sometimes talk of a
postprandial condition, and one knows what they mean. If Mr. Sala, in his own
elegant argot, had accused the meat -wives of being in a prematurely vespertinal
John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell, 1867
Literary Translation: World Literature Or 'worlding' Literature?
One of Bloom's imagined pastimes, 'vespertinal perambulation or equestrian
circumprocession' (U17.1597) is more of a challenge for an English speaker than
'abendliche Spaziergange oder Ritte' (Goyert 730) for a German one; the evening
Joyce and Prose: An Exploration of the Language of Ulysses
(17.1593-1602) Joyce has undertaken here to find, on the one hand, a way to
use words like natation or vespertinal without their merely seeming to be a
translation into a rare level of English (like "epithalame of most mollificative
suadency for ...
John Porter Houston, 1989
From the point of view of the object of cognition, it is matutinal and vespertinal
cognition in the angels that differ as perfect and imperfect respectively. For
matutinal cognition is of things according as they have being in the Word, but
Jean Capreolus, Kevin White, 2001
Astronomy, Weather, and Calendars in the Ancient World: ...
... 30: Sagitta rises in the evening 31: Aquila rises in the evening 32: Arcturus sets
, there is a change in the weather Pritchett and van der Waerden Taurus 25:
Vespertinal setting of Capella 30: Vespertinal rising of Aquila 31: Setting of
The British Numismatic Journal: Including the Proceedings of ...
computistical positions will frequently show that the event recorded and dated
was vespertinal, that is to say, it happened in the forenight,' after the date of the
lunar day had been changed” Conversely, every civil day, the two days
comprised in ...
3 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «VESPERTINAL»
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Drama in the designs
While light recedes and darkness falls again, the vespertinal bloom ceases and electrifying queens materialise. A virtuous queen in a fully-bloomed Epiphyllum ... «The Nation, Jul 15»
Forest offers a psychedelic trip in the woods. Shuddering with …
The costume design and face paint were a tad ostentatious and lurid, but their application nonetheless blossomed vividly and hauntingly on the vespertinal ... «Nouse, May 13»
“Walking” by Henry David Thoreau
He grows vespertinal in his habits as the evening of life approaches, till at last he comes forth only just before sundown, and gets all the walk that he requires in ... «National Geographic, Nov 11»