I actually cannot find the definitions even in Wiktionary. Though I do think that for some of the words on this list which are still used today, it is hard to pinpoint the contexts in which they are used. Since the literature itself was…
“So Grendel waged his lonely war, inflicting constant cruelties on the people, atrocious hurt. He took over Heorot, haunted the glittering hall after dark, but the throne itself, the treasure-seat, he was kept from approaching; he was the Lord’s outcast.” – “Beowulf,” Lines 164-169
Your eyes would pop as much as the Solomon Islanders’ eyes in the headline photo.
These words effuse towards lambs of gods to absolve sins uncleaned
“Why, so, brave lords, when we do join in league I am a lamb” – Titus Andronicus Act IV Scene II
Category: Author Inspiration, Character Studies, Classical Literature, Creativity, Forms, Franchises, Literature, Shakespeare, William, Writer DevelopmentTags: grey character, hamlet, king lear, majority, marginalization, merchant-of-venice, outsider, rationalization, richard iii, shakespeare, shylock, titus andronicus
If Disney expects incredibly high standards on their films, then they in turn should expect incredibly high standards from the consumers.
You can only fail at PowerPoint when you try to get an easy grade by not using every built-in application at your disposal