The interment of a noted figure would call forth a particular language, and Edwards, as the chosen eulogizer
, was fully able and ready to speak in the customary mode of the Puritan funeral sermon.
When Cushman died in 1876, many of her eulogizers
commended her character, acknowledged the partner she had lived with for almost twenty years, and remarked that Cushman had "seemed to stand complete in nature, with the finest qualities of either sex.
Wirth and other eulogizers
will also be available to the media outside.
This type of income could be significant, because rabbis who gained a reputation as eulogizers
were often invited and paid to give hespedim.
In the hours of public mourning after his death, more than a few eulogizers
focused on Russert's faith.
But the commentators preserved that line of analysis in order to indicate what political advisors, judicial advocates, eulogizers
, and poets generally seek to do in public discourse, just as they drew frequently upon the Quran as the most beautiful - and most well-known - instance of Arabic speech in order to find parallels for observations they sought to make about figures of speech.
It is significant that Ginsberg imagines his ashes possibly joining the bodies of his dead Jewish relatives at the B'nai Israel Cemetery, and his first eulogizers
not as his "companion Peter Orlovsky, caretakers Rosenthal & Hale, Bill Morgan" or Buddhist teachers, but rather as his Jewish relatives (1130).