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driven by lust

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Surely this is one of the more delightfully anxious and libidinously rewarding spectator sports.
27) While critics agree in regarding the poem's end as weak and do not even refrain from speaking of a kind of trivilisation, (28) or, as in the case of Norbert Kohl, of a "bungled end," (29) they seem to fail to notice the dramatic shift of paradigm which in the nineteenth century occurred both in the artistic representation of the encounter between the sphinx and man and, on an allegorical level, in Wilde's and the late Victorians' precarious relationship between antiquity and Christianity or between the libidinously free and the morally restrictive.
The libidinously jaunty tone is struck from the opening number, "I Jupiter, I Rex," in which the Latin word for "king" is made to rhyme more than once with a particularly enjoyable three-letter word.