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Achsah

Caleb’s daughter; promised in marriage to conqueror of Debir. [O.T.: Joshua 15:16–19; Judges 1:12–15]
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3) For more on Lanyer's complex religious negotiations, see Achsah Guibbory, "The Gospel According to Aemilia: Women and the Sacred," in Aemilia Lanyer: Gender, Genre, and the Canon, ed.
Group B: Jaimy Renji, Achsah Yacob (both Asian School) and Len Mathew (Indian School).
Guibbory, Achsah, Returning to John Donne, Farnham, Ashgate, 2015; hardback; pp.
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For a focused overview of Stoicism as a response and solution to the mutability of history, see Achsah Giubbory, The Map of Time (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1986) p.
Edith Lewis's account of the same events to her friends the painters Achsah Barlow-Brewster and Earl Brewster apparently made them sound less strenuous, although equally dramatic and transformative.
Achsah Guibbory shows how Urne Buriall, for example, investigates "obliquely and .
Unlike Achsah Guibbory's Christian Identity: Jews and Israel in Seventeenth- Century England (2010) which focuses on the political uses of the dominant metaphors associated with the tribulations, triumphs, and institutions of the ancient Hebrews, Jews in the Early Modern English Imagination contends that accounts of Jews abroad and in the Holy Land formed a rich cache of information about their customs, beliefs, and physical presence that could not be scrutinized first-hand in England.
Some are stolid or even a bit prosaic; others, such as Ken Stone's "What Happens When Achsah Gets Off Her Ass: Queer Reading and Judges 1:11-15," are almost rollicking.
Achsah Guibbory, citing a letter in which Donne refers to "the Religion I was born in" (Letters 306-07), aptly asks a litany of questions: "What religion does Donne mean he was 'born in"?
Achsah James, an Abu Dhabi pupil who participated in a painting competition to commemorate the recent launch of UAE's first multipurpose satellite, wanted to highlight the importance of cross cultural communication.
Addressing these developments and many others, Achsah Guibbory's Christian Identity, Jews, and Israel in 17th-Century England (Oxford, November) illustrates that these are crucial contexts in which we can read poets like Herrick, Milton, and Dryden, especially when their poems include lines like the latter's apt question, "When will our reason's long-charm'd eyes unclose, / And Israel judge between her friends and foes?