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In short, an innocent black boy's feelings of impotence, to borrow from Wells's anti-lynching rhetoric, can be attributed to his encounter with two "unmanly" and "unrestrained" white men who revel in their own lustiness.
In the Amero-European world of the late-eighteenth and the early-nineteenth centuries, an earlier notion of womens natural lustiness was transformed into the myth of feminine modesty.
The prospect of having personal access to Wallace electrified the theatres involved and brought the Georgia Shakespeare Festival into the mix--artistic director Richard Garner asked to direct a further developmental reading of Inland Sea for the festival, saying he was "smitten with the imagery, the poetry, the mystery, the lustiness, the gutsiness--all the good Naomi stuff."
Exhausted after our long trek, we were greeted at dinner by our mugnaia bathed in a garlicky mushroom sauce that perfumed the table with an earthy lustiness.
The preface declared, "A new language has been born, and with its usual lustiness youth has made jive talk heard from one end of the land to the other." On the other hand, Shelly maintained that jive is an "incomprehensible dialect to all save those who [are] hep," including the youthful, lusty reader, of course.
But Tworkov imposes geometrical structure on de Kooning's lustiness, forcing the figures into rectangular confines and using slanted brushwork that recalls the "constructive stroke" of his longtime hero, Cezanne.
Nell's sauciness, cheerfulness, lustiness, straightforward good nature and lack of affectation evidently came as a relief to Charles, as did her lack of any serious interest in politics.
AWOMEN have, for centuries, been encouraged to hide their lustiness, whereas men have been encouraged to publicise theirs.