Then she adds, in the familiar spirit
of perfectionism, "You can never know your score too well.
THE FAMILIAR SPIRIT
BEING SELECTIONS FROM A LIBRETTO OF THE BIRTH
Any child who sees the bloated body of a familiar spirit
, even once, will be marked for life--not a curse but a queer anointing, as if the dead are always with us.
25) The reference to Blake occurs in the first issue, in an essay entitled, "Account of a Familiar Spirit
, Who Visited and Conversed with the Author in a Manner Equally New and Forcible, Shewing the Carnivorous Duties of all Rational Beings and the True End of Philosophy.
1) Elizabeth Francis, Mother Agnes Waterhouse, and Jone Waterhouse all confessed to possessing a familiar spirit
whom they identified as 'Sathan'.
She got off, unlike Elizabeth Simpson who in February 1650, was the first witch to be hanged on the old Town Moor where St James's Park now stands for sending a familiar spirit
to kill a neighbour with whom she was feuding.
The meaning is 'old woman's pet, hag's domestic animal', that is, a witch's cat, possessed by a familiar spirit
sent by the Devil.
At the same time, Zalloua traces what might be called the intratextual irresolution of the Essays by showing how Montaigne unsays in "De la phisionomie" what he says elsewhere about a variety of topics, including the moral example of the common people, the ethic of self-care, or the idea of Socrates' genius, or familiar spirit
By coupling familiar Spirit
images with unexpected settings, Hopkins intensifies the illustrative effect of the contrasts between a flash and an ooze, and, by extension, between fork and sheet lightning.