13) Gregory Kneidel
, another sympathetic reader of The Country Parson, constructively aligns the "exactness" and "particularizing" of Herbert's parson with a more Calvinist pattern of an imitatio Christi in order to argue for the Christ-like behavior of Herbert's priest (see Kneidel
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More recently, critics have moved away from the earlier emphasis on social advancement; the essays in the Oxford Handbook on the verse satire by Gregory Kneidel
and on the elegy by R.
Continuities also exist because the consequences of Catholic and Protestant positions do not always diverge widely, especially if we see Paul and many early modern Protestants influenced by him less as dualists than as universalists (rhetorically bridging texts from multiple faiths to envision the fulfillment of God's all-inclusive design), as Gregory Kneidel
I would also like to thank Eric Lorentzen, Francesca Royster, Garrett Sullivan, and my UConn colleagues Gregory Kneidel
and Jerry Phillips, who offered useful comments on an expanded version of the paper at a later date.
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Diaz did several read alouds using excerpts from the book Slugs, Bugs, and Salamanders: Discovering Animals in Your Garden, by Sally Kneidel
However, others have found diversity increases (Tilman 1983, Kneidel
1984, Bailey 1988, Grassle 1989, Kaczor and Hartnett 1990, Phillips et al.
According to Ted Kneidel
and Michael Glorioso, both formerly of the Anheuser-Busch Beverage Group, West End is targeted at the
Similarly Gregory Kneidel
has traced the universalist strain in Paul's thought that appears repeatedly in seventeenth-century literature.