When he first emerges into the night air, nothing around him is still or steady; nothing around him shows like what it is; he only knows that he stands with a bare head in the midst of a blood-red whirl, waiting to be struggled with, and to struggle to the death
Picture today's executives as generals leading troops across a rugged, unmapped, quake-prone battlefield, against many different armies in a struggle to the death
that never ends.
This will be a struggle to the death
over Labour's investment in the economy and hope for the future, versus Conservative cuts under the harsh regime of an old Etonian toff.
To be sure, maledicta can concentrate a loose coalition into a common inflamed antipathy, mobilizing slogans of great value in a struggle to the death
One is reminded of Hegel's struggle to the death
between master and servant.
His earlier account of the siege of Stalingrad displayed a unique gift for revealing the humanity behind the uniforms of German and Russian of the people caught up in a struggle to the death
It is for them a struggle to the death
with their enemy.
But he is not immune to behaving like an opposed self-consciousness in Hegel's bleak formula; hence, he is prepared to slit the blond man's throat, to engage in a struggle to the death
A scene between Dryden and his young disciple, Flipper, sets up the relationship with skill, economy and not a little black humour - but a climactic struggle to the death
in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle produced sniggers at the screening I attended.