Garrett Stewart for calling to my own auditory attention the connection between "alarm" and "alarum
Witnessing the alarum
within Macbeth occasioned by the witches' all-hail to Glamis, Cawdor, and future King, Banquo becomes the "perfect spy o'the time" and exclaims:
And now, here is Ana's "Ode to an Io Moth on a Midnight Mural": An alarum
! Ah, a moth-- Ginger autogiro in Io rig!
In response, she wrote two treatises in 1649: An Alarum
of War and Another Alarum
to Slumbering Euphues in his Melancholy Cell at Silexedra.
I applaud her brave alarum
against out economic and social complacency."
Christopher Caldwell of the Weekly Standard initially criticized the "demographic alarum
" in Death of the West.
CREDITS: A Parts and Labor, Post FactoryNY Films, Tiny Dancer Films, Alarum
Pictures and Film 50 presentation.
There was no fear or alarum
, then, when from her seated position she heard the grasses of the meadow swaying as something or someone approached.
The Accord erupts into alarum
. Its front lights flash, its broken rear ones stare, empty eye sockets.
, and chambers," then "go off," according to the stage direction; presumably real guns were fired off-stage.
The fact that Shakespeare has them gather there to witness, benefit from and/or add to the criminal events in Denmark at the highest level of the state, however, arguably amounts to Shakespeare's sounding an alarum
about a sovereign violence rife throughout Europe.
(16) For a relatively early alarum
see Sirilaksana Khoman, "Education Policy", in The Thai Economy in Transition, edited by Peter G.