It went through Saxon until she was as this instrument, swept with passional
But this two-legged god-devil did not rage blindly and was incapable of passional
Now, in such circumstances, James says, "our passional
nature not only lawfully may but must decide a genuine option," since other avenues of resolution are blocked, and even refusing to decide will be a "passional
Writing briskly and unflinchingly--and well before September 11--he traces strains of political nationalism that have proved too elusive for ideology-driven analysts and passional
Boiling blood, infantile squalling, schoolboy tears, cold chills, and furious resentment--Father of the Blues enacts on the representative body of its narrator a kind of blues-revolt, the passional
crisis experienced by his fiercely assertive, upwardly mobile, yet grievously oppressed generation of young black Southern men.
The verbal narrative, however, seem curiously predictable and unsatisfactory in repetition, but the playing of the vibraphone itself is the image of art as the churning and redistributing of passional
elements: obsession, engulfment, and control wreaked upon the instrument: the irony is that this musical frenzy is conveyed in words.
Those who shudder at the sight of Barry Sears's Mastering the Zone and Suzanne Somers's Get Skinny on Fabulous Food on today's bestseller lists should keep in mind that neither Walden nor Moby-Dick could boast sales anywhere near Sylvester Graham's Discourses on a Sober and Temperate Life or Marx Edgeworth Lazarus's Passional
Hygiene and Natural Medicine: Embracing the Harmonies of Man with His Planet.
After discussing that "[a]s a rule we disbelieve all facts and theories for which we have no use," William James states that: "Our passional
Though the description of impersonality in poetry as set forth by Eliot in the 1919 essay "Tradition and the Individual Talent" shows tentative acceptance of Aristotle's view of body-soul unity, which provides no analogy for poetry that, as it were, could reincarnate the poet's personality in the aspect of its passional
experience, still the hint remains that as in Aristotle the mind, at least, may enjoy such perpetuation.
movements of ecstatic dance, and to that he
The apostolic passional
was enlarged by the addition of other saints' passions and lives by AElfric and by further homiletic, doctrinal, and devotional texts.
Instead, when Leonce chooses to rebuke his wife (presumably for her passional
indifference to him), he employs a vernacular of "motherhood" to do so.