Struck by his desperate dauntlessness
, and his wild desire to visit Christendom, the captain at last relented, and told him he might make himself at home.
Fallaci was born in 1929 to working-class parents and proved her dauntlessness
as a tiny, pigtailed bike messenger for anti-Fascists in the Second World War Florence, when she was just 14.
She is described as being a "straight-talking Northern-accented girl, someone remarkable for her dauntlessness
It took a while before I finished it, but when I did, I managed to bring home with me the essential lesson of dauntlessness
The actual soldier of 1862-'65, North and South, with all his ways, his incredible dauntlessness
, habits, practices, tastes, language, his fierce friendship, his appetite, rankness, his superb strength and animality, lawless gait, and a hundred unnamed lights and shades of camp, I say, will never be written.
Their resolve drives them to build empires and there are times when that dauntlessness
gives them the strength to rise from the ashes.
Thus, some of the desirable qualities examined in "Wizards, Beavers, and Such" include cooperation, construction, compromise, courage, dauntlessness
, and many more.
When an exhibition of the reduced-scale bronzes of the Races of Mankind was shown in Paris at the Trocadero Museum in November 1933 (figure 3), the French critic Louis Vauxcelles wrote, "one does not know which to admire most, the dauntlessness
of the explorer or the forceful talent of the artist.