392), which in normal circumstances might discourage amorousness
by reminding the old wife she is no longer the hot babe of yore.
Fournier has embraced his second home with Gallic amorousness
, extolling its underappreciated landscapes in press releases and even marrying a Saskatchewan girl.
A fatal disease--tuberculosis, also called consumption--provided a favorite metaphor to represent the destructiveness of feverish emotions, such as pining or amorousness
His winding of the device allows a justifiable avoidance of eye contact with Christine as he 'turns a blind eye' to her affair; meanwhile the childlike melody issuing from the doll as he excuses her behaviour, dismissing Andre's amorousness
as "naive", aids him in his own performance of naivety.
Yet the Virginian errs constantly by verbalizing his amorousness
Chastity, not amorousness
, will be rewarded in the afterlife.
by attending his evening lectures (Hadfield 59, 65-66, 74), and a certain amount of amorousness
appears in his poems to her (not in the few reprinted in David Bratman's edition of the masques, but see Fredrick and McBride's mention of a poem about her breasts and another imagining her bathing ); a controlled degree of amorousness
in reply was no doubt hoped for.
This model produced a proliferation of printed miscellanies of verse in the early Elizabethan period, both single-author collections and anthologies, in which male courtly behaviour is defined in terms of the potentially contradictory ideals of elegant amorousness
and well-framed virtue.