Part 1, "Thinking Through Beckett" includes Herbert Blau, "Apnea and True Illusion: Breath(less) in Beckett" (35-53); David Houston Jones, "From Contumacy
to Shame: Reading Beckett's Testimonies with Agamben" (54-67); Carla Locatelli, "Projections: Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape and Not I as Autobiographies" (68-80); H.
Am I the only person who revelled in the contumacy
that was displayed by the public in the Strictly Come Dancing contretemps?
That led to the codification for the first time of the "Ten Abominations:" rebellion, sedition, treason, contumacy
, depravity, irreverence, impiety, discord, unrighteousness, and incest.
incident constitutes the kind of willful contumacy
Christine Verner, cited in 1388 by the bishop of Salisbury for not consorting with her husband, was just one of many women who experienced major excommunication for her contumacy
By this, God has taught us what is their due as a result of their contumacy
And withall, he must publishe sharpe penall statutes against all such, as shall with disloyal contumacy
violate and transgresse the same.