They were incorporated into the cadet corps in a rite of passage
, getting handshakes from their upperclassmen after a grueling six-month training.
The Rite of Passage
extends to The Reader an often poignant, always moving fleeting view into one man's contemplation as he considers the profusion that life has to offer.
Dr Mark Storey described her 1960 book To Kill a Mockingbird as a "rite of passage
" for at least one generation of American readers.
I won this race with Rite Of Passage
a few years ago and this is a pretty similar horse.
In both of these stories, women protagonists are able to transform their personal losses and reintegrate with the social world; traumatic moments become an "aesthetic and political rite of passage
from abjectness to agency" (130).
The wilderness period can be seen as a liminal period within a rite of passage
moving the people from oppressed slaves under Pharaoh in Egypt to free servants of Yahweh in the Promised Land.
Another friend whose son is starting secondary school has been dealt a double rite of passage
whammy - he also has his first Actual Girlfriend.
That race is once again the main aim for Rite Of Passage
, but Weld has not ruled out a trip to Longchamp for the Prix du Cadran on October 6 provided the ground eases.
It's Gold Cup day at the royal meeting, with Dermot Weld's classy but fragile nine-year-old Rite Of Passage
leading a strong Irish challenge for the traditional highlight of the Thursday card.
RITE OF PASSAGE
is on course to make his seasonal debut in the Seamus & Rosemary McGrath Memorial Saval Beg Stakes at Leopardstown on Friday.
When a woman gives birth to her child, she experiences the culmination of a rite of passage
(Davis-Floyd, 1992; Schneider, 2012).
"Rite of Passage
: A Father's Blessing" is a Christian parenting guide from Jim McBride as he presents an intriguing walk into the deeper thought and philosophy of manhood, as he urges fathers to call out the man and woman in their children to better equip them to face down life.