Leaves: Mary Shelley's Valperga and the Legacy of Corinne." In Cultural Interactions in the Romantic Age, edited by Gregory Maertz, 157-73.
A classic example would be Fiona McIntosh's Trinity trilogy (2001-2), where a vague prophecy about the Trinity--all the most powerful prophecies are vague: see under "Sibylline
"--is the core of the plot.
This year, FNAC is set to host notable authors especially invited by FNAC International, France, including Sibylline
Desmazieres and Jerome D'Aviau, authors and illustrators of the book 'Rat et les animauxmoches' who interacted with students during their workshops.
The volume also features a transcription of the Brownings' address book from 1856-1863 and a sketch entitled "A Sibylline
Trio," by Mary Burnet Kinney, a recollection of an evening in which Mary Somerville and Harriet Beecher Stowe sat and conversed with Elizabeth Barrett Browning (pp.
It was well attended with audience including representatives from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, think tanks and business organisations including the City of London Corporation, London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, British South India Council of Commerce and Sibylline
This is Prajnakaragupta's interpretation of Dharmakirti's somewhat sibylline
statement concerning the distinction between universals and illusory objects such as floaters.
The Court of Justice, with a rather sibylline
explanation, did not rule on the applicability of arbitration agreements.
While the two oddly coupled bodies--one reified, the other radically unresolved--make a sibylline
statement about the racialization of color and the patchwork character of identity, the title evokes a short poem by an aging Marsden Hartley: "The earth is all I know of wonder.
(30.) The Sibyl's loom in the Sibylline
prophecy, as recorded
3-4, 3:3-5; CD-AI, 12-19; Sibylline
Oracles 5:447-482; 4 Ezra 8:50; et al.
" quoted above, that a fraud may be afoot.
Leaves included both his "Hymn Before Sunrise," which had not previously appeared in book form, and a revised version of "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," in which the famous gloss (that is, the explanatory marginal comments) appeared for the first time.