He is omnific
, omniform, omnipercipient, omniscience, omnipotent.
Silence, ye troubl'd waves, and thou Deep, peace, Said then th' Omnific
Word, your discord end:
(14) Besides the allusions to Paradise Lost in The Magician's Nephew discussed later in this article, other parts of Milton's epic given homage in Lewis's novel include the Son rather than the Father creating Earth (7.163-167 and 7.587-591); "another world" (7.155) being created after a revolt in an earlier-created realm; the Son speaking "the omnific
word" (7.217) in creation (with its negative parallel in Jadis's destructive "Deplorable Word" [MN 5.66]); the creation of light as accompanied by a singing host, "celestial choirs" for Milton (7.253-260) and stars for Lewis (MN 8.107); and a warning that a person with evil intent will attempt to undermine the new world (Raphael warning Adam about Satan [5.519543, 6.895-912], with Aslan warning the Talking Animals).
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(7.166-73) When "th' omnific
Word" (7.217) pauses in Chaos, the moment of Creation occurs not as a separation of water from matter, light from dark, but first and foremost as a demarcation of limits:
Reynard's work Gabriel's Inferno was first published in March 2011 by Omnific
Publishing, the publishing arm of fanfic archive twilighted.net.
In October 2012, she published another supernatural romance, "Reaping Me Softly," with Omnific
Publishing in Texas.
"Gabriel's Inferno" and its follow-up, "Gabriel's Rapture," originally titled "The University of Edward Mason," began as an online serial based on "Twilight." After gaining a devoted fan base, the stories were eventually distributed by indie publishing house Omnific
before being picked up by Berkley Trade (NYSE: PSO) for paperback publication in August.
Publishing, a female-owned and operated independent publishing company specialising in romantic literature, announced on Friday that Penguin Group (USA) has acquired rights from the company to publish two of Sylvain Reynard's titles, Gabriel's Inferno and Gabriel's Rapture.
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(8) William Findlay, "Diaskeuasts of the Omnific
Word," Cencrastus: Scottish and International Literature, Arts and Affairs, 23 (1986): 48-52, discusses Young's attempts to revive Scottish vernacular humanism through translation.