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Barabas

perishes in trap he set for Turks. [Br. Lit.: The Jew of Malta]
See: Irony

Barabas

inventor of infernal machine; possessor of pachydermal snout. [Br. Lit.: The Jew of Malta]
See: Nose

Barabas

his house and riches seized by the governor, murders the governor’s son and others, and betrays the city to the Turks. [Br. Drama: Marlowe The Jew of Malta in Bella, 521]
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12) It is striking that Shipman's explanation for the appeal of the wrongdoer is really a restatement of the implicit reason for the success of the great Jewish stage scoundrels, Jonathas, Barabas, and Shylock.
Enda's, where the poor school gardener was cast as Barabas in a passion play, or against the practices of Inghinidhe na hEireann, whose "theater" included protesting Queen Victoria's "Children's Treat" in Phoenix Park by staging their own "Irish Patriotic Children's Treat" in Clo nturkPark.
Recording potential titles for the nearly-completed novel on a sheet of paper, Hemingway jotted down a paraphrased quotation from Marlowe's The jew of Malta in which Barabas reveals his callous attitude regarding sexual relationships: "I Have Committed Fornication But that was In Another Country And Besides the wench is dead" (Oldsey 19).
As some of the literature suggests, adolescent risk-taking should be viewed more as an adaptive experimentation than an abnormal response to stress with damaging implications (Erikson, 1g68; Piko, Barabas, Markos, 1996).
Barabas was kind, he invited me to join him on his journey to a place of peace.
Barabas is certainly an avatar for evil, and his open exploitation of his daughter's virginity works to highlight her use potential in a variety of ways.
According to Hollywood Life, the 'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' star visited Hollywood's Shamrock Tattoo studio in the early hours of Saturday morning alongside his new girlfriend Nikolett Barabas, and opted for the permanent removal of the inking, Contactmusic reported.
In a complementary vein, Richard Wilson reconsiders the contested figure of the Marrano Jew in the context of "the boundless world of negotiable paper" or the new forms of finance that proliferated alongside global capital: he suggests that Marlowe's Barabas can be seen as a figure lovingly created by the author as an "image of himself.
Where Druckman and Holmes focus on the classic question of opinion change and formation, Jason Barabas (2008) looks at learning.
In a little roome' is directly echoed in The Jew of Malta (and was, of course, courtesy of As You Like It, to become synonymous with the location of Marlowe's own death), when Barabas praises
Both Barabas and Ithamore represent a new class of intelligent agents "shuttling back and forth between two sides," while remaining loyal only to themselves, perhaps a trademark of Renaissance espionage.