attached to her name and her intention, as a suppliant
undertaken at the door of the house, the suppliant
sitting on sacred
A aparicao delas diante do templo de Demeter, onde estava Etra para realizar o sacrificio em homenagem a deusa pelo momento favoravel a Atenas, demonstra claramente esse projeto, pois "the suppliants
may pollute the sacrifice and the earth of Athens with their colors, their boughs, and their emotions" (SMITH, 1967, p.
feels woefully deficient, but her God remains omnipotent and will answer in his own time, as is intimated perhaps in the blank pages that conclude the journal and then O'Connor's strange drawing (95) of a treble staff and a base staff, with notation of three-quarter time, but then three half notes in each clef.
Tzanetou frequently considers the plays with comparison to the funeral oration, an Athenian panegyric genre that includes suppliant
narratives within the framework of hegemonic discourse.
(22) Moreover, the celebration of the Delphinia which culminated in the wreathing of Theseus's ship would also seem to be linked with purification since the suppliants
to Apollo carried sacred olive branches covered with white wool (Plutarch, Thes.
Like the priest of Oedipus Rex and Father Gapon in Saint Petersburg, the Jeanne d'Arc of Mystere de la Charite and Le Porche de Mystere de la Deuxieme Vertu is a suppliant
, one whose demand is for human solidarity.
La veille de Cham El-Nessim, au soir de la Paque, un grand bucher etait allume et le commandeur y jetait ses vetements ecarlates tout en suppliant
le printemps d'arriver.
It is at this stage that a person truly becomes Allah's servant ('abd) for whom He says in the Qur'an 'When My servants ask thee (Muhammad) concerning Me, I am indeed close (to them): I listen to the prayer of every suppliant
when he calleth on Me: Let them also, with a will, Listen to My call, and believe in Me: That they may walk in the right way.' (2: 186)
While Apollo confidently declares that his suppliant
is just, the Furies seem to have perhaps an even better argument that he is not.
His father's premature death by drowning, combined with Marvell's still mysterious dismissal from his position as Cambridge fellow soon thereafter, put paid to any hopes for an ecclesiastical or academic career, throwing him into the almost permanent position of suppliant
. As chapter 3 indicates, Marvell appears to have avoided the first Civil War (1642-6) by traveling on the Continent, probably as tutor to an unknown aristocrat on the Grand Tour, whose family would have been Marvell's first patron.