Since Jesuits were caricatured by Protestant polemicists as "massing crows," "the picture of the Jesuit 'black-robe' as a carrion crow was one which Shakespeare would himself use to dissociate from papist terrorism, when he wrote of the evil hour when 'the crow / Makes wing to th' rooky
wood' (Macbeth 3.
Thus crows, for Wilson, are a code for Jesuits in Shakespeare's works--and indeed, out of them as well, for he mentions Robert Greene's early rejection of Shakespeare as "a crow beautified with our feathers" in this context (11) and links it with the crow that "Makes wing to th' rooky
wood" in Macbeth, as an allusion to the Jesuit Henry Garnet, and with the crows who "are fatted with the murrain flock" in Midsummer Night's Dream, as "a sour pun on Jesuit infiltration of the church for which More had died" (12-13).
Widnes could not have made a worse start, with rooky
Paul O'Connor's blunder from the kick-off allowing Dobson to find Bruno Verges in acres of space for the first of his side's six touchdowns.
As a speed dating rooky
, the nerves kicked in as soon as I clicked proceed to checkout, but I figured that at least I would have a few days in the sun and livelier dinner company than the latest John Grisham, if nothing else.
Spennymoor held out until the hour when Simon Barraclough scored from close range and in the 82nd minute the game was put beyond doubt when Rooky
White went up unchallenged to head past Darren Harrigan.
She has paired her with fellow rooky
Anne Laing against Wie and Brittany Lang in the first day foursomes at Formby today.
Light thickens, And the crow makes wing to the rooky
wood, Good things of day begin to droop and drowse.
The Vice (ITV1Wales,9pm) Mel Raido, whop lays rooky
PC Adam Parkes, spends much of the new series going deep undercover.
Then Branch tapped the ball home under the keeper from three yards when defender Reeves failed to cut out rooky
striker Wilbraham's thrust.
Today, however, I sense Taylor's presence in the Keatsian `shrilly' and in the see-sawing, Augustan effect of the counterpoised epithets which eclipse two Clare-like features of the original lines: the contrast, reminiscent of Macbeth's crow making wing to the rooky
wood, between the loner and the crowd; and the rhythmic approximation to the kite's movement.
He also said Cameron had left rooky
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson politically exposed.
1 YELLER OR A LINK (Eurovision score giver) 2 BE SULLEN ROOKY
(Miss Moody sings with Dad) 3 A KNEEL SLY (Top cyclist) INITIALLY YOURS Which film, TV show or musical number do these initials stand for?
Blackburn did not know what had hit them and were struggling to make an impact with Premiership rooky
Curtis Davies again enhancing his reputation by shutting down Powerhouse Shefki Kuqi.
With on-loan Jonathan Gould being suddenly recalled by Preston, Hereford were forced to give rooky
keeper Ben Scott his debut.