Yes, we know that Ruth, who mutilates herself every time she's haunted by unexpiated
guilt, is merely trying to face her own 'demons,' real or imagined.
Austria itself, its past unexpiated
for forty years and its ghosts still
To qualify as a candidate, a man must be between the ages of thirty-five and seventy, own a minimum amount of taxable land and reside in a house thereon, have learned his Vedic scriptures--higher studies reduce the minimum land requirement--be conversant with business, virtuous, with honest earnings, not have served on any committee in the past three years and not be related in any of twelve specified ways to any former committee member who has not submitted his accounts, and not be guilty of theft or any of a list of unexpiated
moral faults (or even expiated ones, in some cases).
It's not worth the tears of that one tortured child who beat itself on the breast with its little fist and prayed in its stinking outhouse, with its unexpiated
tears to "dear, kind God"!
As this mill worker paces aisles tending looms, her religious concept of slavery as the unexpiated
sin of a white master class transforms itself into a vision of the Merrimack becoming a river of blood (lines 69-72).
The thumotic man is torn: angry for his father's failings or unfulfilled expectations (this he conceives of as wrongs still unexpiated
), and driven (for privation elicits pain, and in that condition a man is always aiming at something (6)) to live up to his own, and thus his fathers', true nature (7).
While the unexpiated murder and its hoarded fruits now stand between Claudius and God, having been killed as Claudius killed him likewise separates the Ghost from heaven.
Part of Shakespeare's Christian alteration of Senecan convention is the stress he lays on his ghost's own unexpiated guilt.
Through those associations, "The Rime" accepts the motif of an unexpiated
The act remains unavowed, unexpiated
and yet, again and again, the women and girls who spoke to the international ecumenical women's delegation said they want to forgive.
Fifty years later, that day still replays itself endlessly in the man's thoughts and torments his soul with unexpiated