And continued to write--more bastardly
stuff I suppose you eld say even till now.
Je suis acadien je me contente d'imiter le parvenu Avec son Chrysler shine [shiny] et sa photo dans les journaux (Raymond Leblanc 1971, 53) [I swear in English all my bastardly
goddams And often fuck-its well up in my throat With Jesus-Christs flung against the windshield Bleeding medium-rare ...
Of this 'bastardly
brood' of 'popish priests' he singled out one man in particular, John Cosin (1595-1672), a fellow cathedral prebend at Durham and a prominent religious thinker, whom he blamed for leading this Romeward assault.
1939: The Bastardly
Bill made blood tests compulsory in paternity cases.
The report, at 28 Texas Court of Appeals Reports 203, 206 (1890), features the following colorful passage: According to Sumner, he spoke of defendant as "that God damned, lying, thieving son-of-a-bitch"; according to Bates, as "that God damned lying, cow-thieving son-of-a-bitch, Marshall Levy," and according to McKinney, as "that God damned mother-f--king, bastardly
Here I borrow David Wang's words: "Mo Yan sees his family members on a larger-than-life scale, judging them not by what they do but by how they carry out their deeds."(3) For Mo Yan, Northeast Gaomi is a paradox, "easily the most beautiful and most repulsive, most unusual and most common, most sacred and most corrupt, most heroic and most bastardly
, hardest-drinking and hardest-loving place in the world."(4) On this enigmatic land, Mo Yan creates a patriarch, Granddad, with conflicting attributes.