Sequentially, she metaphorically touches Jael
No hay duda de la influencia calderoniana y gongorina en la obra: la influencia de Calderon se observa en el retrato y en el marido celoso, ingredientes que obviamente no se hallan en el "Libro de los Jueces", y tambien en la primera aparicion de Jael
que rememora la entrada de Rosaura en La vida es sueno; la influencia de Gongora se advierte especialmente en el uso de la metafora, de la hiperbole, de los cultismos, del hiperbaton, de los contrastes, de la musicalidad y de lo pictorico.
, who believed the devil was pursuing her, admitted manslaughter and was sent to a psychiatric hospital.
Yon of Northeast Baltimore's Tench Tilghman Elementary/Middle School scheduled the prayer service two days before students began taking the Maryland School Assessments, reported The Baltimore Sun.
While the Canaanites and their chariots are sinking deeper in the mud, Sisera, their general, abandons his troops and flees the battle on foot, running to the tent of Jael
, wife of Heber the Kenite.
In Robinson's poems Gideon and Jael
are not heroes: Gideon suffers a moment of paralyzing doubt, and Jael
commits a disturbing act of treachery.
During the Battle of Tabor, Jael
, wife of Heber who was a double agent for Israel, assassinated King Sisera by driving a tent peg into his temple.
After an introduction by Exum and Nutu, there are essays on Jael
, Deborah, and Barak (Solomon de Bray paints all three together though they never appear together in the biblical text.
Amati is one such woman: "I come from a poor family.
What once was dangerous, darkly funny, sly and subversive is now mostly lost on observers of an unusual and overlooked painting of the biblical heroine, Jael
, the prophetess Deborah, and the Hebrew champion, Barak (fig.
Fornication was evil, but it was okay for Jael
to seduce the enemy captain so she could drive a nail through his head while he slept--an act which frightened me more than any forbidden horror comic.
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