Another purpose served by the poem's aureate
style is to be
If the golden "counterfeit" with its spidery "golden mesh" of Portia enclosed in the lead casket is a life symbol--and I have argued above that this is too simple a valuation--its vitality is undoubtedly clouded by the many negative associations for gold in the text, like the gold casket that enfolds worms, bones, and carrion Death, or the snaky golden hair that masks its origins in the gleanings from a corpse, or the gold patens in the heavens which Lorenzo praises in song to Jessica, whose aureate
rays mock our all too distant and mortal regard as souls grossly clad in "this muddy vesture of decay" (5.
A gentler, less aureate
Archangel, though still cloud-borne, points at the Holy Ghost descending as a dove.
praecious (OED) 16th century variant of precious, in 1599 quote at aureate
While St Margaret is here recouped for women, in the next essay Helen Phillips, breathing subtle critical life into aureate
and macaronic 'Marian Titles and Marian Lyrics', concludes that the lyrics' riddling technique recoups 'potential awe for a female cosmic power' on behalf of 'clerkes' (p.
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James Tobin spoke after Heilbroner, reminding the gathering that when he and Heilbroner began studying economics in the 1940s, they believed they were learning to help capitalism help the world.
Wenzel notes that in England this inclusion of English words in Latin sermons runs 'parallel to, though in the reverse direction of, the aureate
diction used by some contemporary poets' (127).
Throughout his study, Lerer runs intriguing changes on Chaucer as a poet who was regarded as both laureate and aureate
Kidwell conveys genuine enthusiasm about Sannazaro's short Latin epic on Jesus's nativity, De partu virginis, and she gives a good sample of its aureate
but elegant style in accomplished English renditions.
The language they used in their poems ranges from courtly aureate
English, to mixtures of English and Scots, to the broadest Scots vernacular.
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The intellectual context in England was favourable to Skelton's capacity for exploiting different styles --ranging from the highly aureate
to the grossly demotic--just as it was in France for Rabelais, and some of Gray's comparisons between these two writers are striking and genuinely illuminating, though it is unlikely that either knew of the other's work.
Lydgate confines his more aureate
sentences and obligatory protests of humility to the prologue and to introductions and conclusions to each section of the poem.
10) run over 1m4f, the first thing which strikes me is there will be plenty of pace in the race, with Aureate
and Street Devil in the field, Ahmedy and Rocky's Pride both take a keen hold, so the way is open for a hold-up performer to come late and grab the gold.