Very well; I hope you feel the content you express: at any rate, your good sense will tell you that it is too soon yet to yield to the vacillating fears of Lot's wife
A little further onward was the spot where Lot's wife
had stood forever under the semblance of a pillar of salt.
We looked every where, as we passed along, but never saw grain or crystal of Lot's wife
She kept looking back, like Lot's wife
on Sodom stifled by the brimstone and ashes, and paid little heed to the fact that from time to time she turned into a pillar of salt.
With regard to the eponyms list, Avogadro's number is more well-known than his hypothesis, and correct or standard renderings are Lot's wife
, Planck's constant, Wheatstone bridge, and Zorro's mask.
In "The Woman of Salt," an original English opera composed by Eugene amateur musician Anice Thigpen, this question is explored through the biblical story of Lot's wife
in Chapter 19 of the Torah's Book of Genesis.
In her first chapter, Creech revisits female desire in Egon Gunthers film Lot's Wife
(1965) by applying theories of female gaze (Mulvey) and voice (Kaja Silverman) to the cinematic representation of a woman who seeks divorce because she doesn't love her husband.
Teacher: When Lot's wife
looked back she turned into a pillar of salt
and turned Lot's wife
into a pillar of salt simply for looking back.
You simply stand as still as Lot's wife
and look lost.
After Lot's wife
disobeys their instructions and looks back at the burning ruins and is turned into a pillar of salt, only Lot and his two chaste daughters find their way to a remote cave.
At that moment, I would have been content to be Lot's wife
, a pillar of salt caught in the moment, never to change, looking like a graceful palm tree outside the testing center.