In his close reading of the six sonnets of the tenzone in Chapter 2, Alfie brings to light themes which were also prominent in Rustico's verse: the purposeful mingling of sexual and political insults and the close ties between drunkenness, prodigality
, and poverty.
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The 5-2 favourite Prodigality
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Structurally, the work is divided into six chapters: I, "The Myth of the Golden Age"; II, "The Figure of Saturn in Dante's Divine Comedy"; III, "Dante's Search for the Golden Age: Avarice and Justice"; IV, "Henry VII and the Dream of a new Golden Age"; V, "The Medusa as Cupiditas"; and, VI, "Avarice and Prodigality
among the Suicides.
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Economically they prefer the European fiscal discipline, reasoning that American prodigality
will shift much burden of adjustment onto them.
His attitude speaks of the prodigality
of European exploitation in a victimized society.
BOB LOWE, Tenby DOES Sandwell Council's prodigality
know no bounds?
Regarding the extremes, Aristotle considers prodigality
as limited by circumstances; but in its most severe sense, it involves fanatical attempts to acquire money.
The security and military apparatuses know there is discontent towards inheritance of power, especially with increased talk of the prodigality
of those around him and suspicions of corruption by those around him," Gad said.
making the people impose upon them, to the making the rest of us pay the dearer for what we bought'.
Holberg thus reveals a theological framework that readers may have missed and identifies how the conflicts powering the novel complicate any simple notions of prodigality
at work in the Ames and Boughton narratives.
Ultimately this medical anxiety revealed the implicit lurking notion of the sexual prodigality
Obeying the commandment means that we hasten not to heap up wealth cruelly wrung from the blood of others; [not] by means lawful and unlawful eagerly scraping together whatever may glut our avarice or meet our prodigality
, but rather contributing to the relief of those whom we see under the pressure of difficulties; assisting them out of our abundance.
Of all the mischiefs that arise from financial prodigality
, Gladstone wrote over a century ago, none is more dangerous than the fact that "they creep onwards with a noiseless and a stealthy step .