Palinurus


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Palinurus

pilot of Aeneas. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
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Palinurus

sleeping helmsman, falls overboard. [Rom. Lit.: Aeneid]
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The whole episode of Palinurus, immediately following, revolves around this theme.
Esse comportamento limitava a captura desta suculenta fonte de proteina ao periodo noturno, algo que Gabriel Soares aprendeu ao observar os nativos utilizando a tecnica de fachear para pescarem Palinurus.
4) Strengthening Burningham's case that Cervantes read Camoes is the fact that both Canto V of Os Lusiadas and Don Quijate make reference to the most famous pilot in epic poetry, Aeneas's helmsman Palinurus (Camoes 5.
The notable exceptions to this situation of presumed under-exploitation are the high-value lobster fisheries in CV, which are considered fully exploited in the case of muddy spiny lobster, Palinurus charlestoni (locally known as lagosta-rosa), and over-exploited, in the case of coastal species such as green spiny lobster, Panulirus regius; brown spiny lobster, Panulirus echinatus; and slipper lobster, Scyllarides latus.
His Palinurus takes on the social responsibility of the Fisher King and the fate of Phlebas in Eliot's The Waste Land.
Incidentally, the writer of the entry on Horizon is in a muddle when he refers to a book by Connolly called Palinurus.
For example, the ChE recovered from all tissues of the crab Maia verrucosa showed optimal hydrolysis of both ATCh and PTCh, while the enzyme from the lobster Palinurus vulgaris preferentially hydrolyzed BTCh (31).
Carter's semaphore gecko was first collected by Surgeon-Major Henry John Carter in 1846 from Masirah Island, Oman, during a survey of the southern Arabian coastline on the surveying brig Palinurus of the Honourable East India Company.
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Palinurus hoisted like a lantern in the drift of conversation.
Most of those who die are young and innocent: Aeneas s wife Creusa, lost as they try to escape the burning city; pious Dido, made frantic by love, dead by her own hand after Aeneas leaves her against his will; the faithful helmsman Palinurus, pitched overboard by the malignant gods; the lads Nisus, Euryalus, Pallas, and Lausus, whom Reed calls "Adonis figures," "beautiful, loved, and slain"; the virgin warrior Camilla; and last, Aeneas's final foe in the poem, the noble young Turnus, whom he battles for the hand of the Italian princess Lavinia and thus for eventual lordship over central Italy.
In this last collection Ungaretti's new understanding of the "naufragio" is elaborated: Palinurus, Aeneas' helmsman who dies in an act of extreme fidelity to his mission, who represents (or at least so the "Piloto vinto d'un disperso emblema" wishes it to be) the attainment of the Promised Land ("un paese innocente," Ungaretti writes in the note to "Recitativo di Palinuro").