dialect, endangered people: The case of African American vernacular English.
Furthermore (and in line with Sassoon and other war poets, though quite independently of them), Thomas regarded such fervor as the preserve of those who knew they would remain unendangered
. The truly patriotic act was to "go out," and that involved approaching the deathly territory of the front, which could not be mapped--a contrast clear to Thomas from his work, at home in England, teaching orienteering.
I imagine that many ISSP members are now looking forward to a safari, and, perhaps, dining on (unendangered
) antelope meat?
Also, Fiona Hall, our MEP, informs me that fish policy is to be changed as follows: Nations will be able to allocated quotas to smaller concerns instead of large companies; Phasing out the discarding of fish; EU countries to be more responsible when fishing in other countries' seas, i.e only fishing for unendangered
species, ensuring the rewards are shared.
She observes in Constantinople that "the Turk [...] allows her, like an unsubstantial shadow, to glide unendangered
by him, and his courtesy ceases with this permission" (47).
The right and duty of those nations to protect their civilians from such threats cannot hinge on the willingness of comparatively unendangered
states to support them.