The writer, indeed, seems to think himself obliged to keep even pace with time, whose amanuensis
he is; and, like his master, travels as slowly through centuries of monkish dulness, when the world seems to have been asleep, as through that bright and busy age so nobly distinguished by the excellent Latin poet--
He said that men cured in this way, and enabled to discard the grape system, never afterward got over the habit of talking as if they were dictating to a slow amanuensis
, because they always made a pause between each two words while they sucked the substance out of an imaginary grape.
The task, notwithstanding the assistance of my amanuensis
, has been a somewhat laborious one, but your society has happily prevented me from that too continuous prosecution of thought beyond the hours of study which has been the snare of my solitary life."
Jack Maldon having lately proffered his occasional services as an amanuensis
, and not being accustomed to that occupation; but we should soon put right what was amiss, and go on swimmingly.
Nicholas briefly replied, that he wanted to know whether there was any such post to be had, as secretary or amanuensis
to a gentleman.
And it was easy to see how necessary such an amanuensis
was to him, by the tenor and spelling of the numerous letters which he sent to her, entreating her and commanding her to return.
PPP Tehsil Noorpur Thal chief organiser Sardar Ghazi Amanuensis
Ullah Khan Baloch presided over the meeting.
By putting David, a member of the antiapartheid ANC, together with the unnamed, college-educated amanuensis
, the novel interrogates political responsibility, the capacity of storytelling to do, and storytelling's value to national identity/politics.
So, without waiting for my reply, he proceeds to inform me that 'haywire' emerged...not from some manuscript-strewn writing desk of some essayist such as Francis Bacon, Charles Lamb or Virginia Woolf, whose thoughts raced simply too fast for the pen or their filing ability, resulting in a desk of scattered thoughts awaiting the arrival of a personal secretary, or what used to be called back then an 'amanuensis
This perhaps underestimates Charlotte's role (the manuscripts of his poems, for example, show that she was given an active role as amanuensis
as he worked on their complex notes) and Scott's deeper feelings for her, suggested, as Dunlop herself acknowledges, by his response to her death.
Christina served as Anne's amanuensis
as Anne wrote her memoirs, and she later married a Wiltshire landowner and had seven children.
An album may contain inscriptions--memories or reminders--from friends whom the owner never met in the flesh, or from friends who employed a scribe or amanuensis
to produce an inscription.