30) Lisa Zunshine, Bastards
and Foundlings: Illegitimacy in Eighteenth-Century England (Ohio State U.
A few years ago, I had a difficult time reviewing Maple Razsa's feature documentary Bastards
of Utopia (2010).
Reprising the movement from paradise lost through purgatory to paradise regained, Bastards
offers an improbable, unearned happy ending that undercuts earlier attempts at verisimilitude.
In 1697, Louis XIV was prepared to tax bastards
and their descendants to fund his wars but also sought to enable his own various male bastards
to claim the throne.
English common law was especially hard on bastards
Shabangu's spokesman Noxolo Kweza said she stood by her comments which were quoted on the front page of The Star newspaper under the headline "Kill the bastards
Eli Ben Dahan, director of the Rabbinical Court said that "the list of bastards
is kept at the Rabbinate and that it is highly confidential.
The Fat Bastard
title came about when the two owners tasted an experimental Chardonnay that had been left on the lees in barrels for some time.
and the author of this month's cover story, "Confessions of a Welfare Queen: How Rich Bastards
Like Me Rip Off Taxpayers for Millions of Dollars" (page 22).
The problem with bastards
was that they were part of the family, but not totally" (7).
WITH Kill Bill Volume II not due to be released until February,Quentin Tarantino is already working on his next film, theWorld War II epic Inglorious Bastards
No compensation for the ``Battling Bastards
of Bataan'' (Americans imprisoned by the Japanese in World War II), but millions for those interred in American prison camps?
Some of the bastards
were murdered, some seriously injured.
The official Iraqi News Agency quoted him exhorting the Iraqi people to "strike hard to prove that we are the sons of good women and they are sons of adultery, dirt and bastards
Kate - widow of gang boss Ronnie Kray - interviewed many tough and menacing men for her new book Hard Bastards
2, which is being exclusively serialised in the Sunday People.