Kent's advice to Lear is to take refuge in the hovel
nearby, because nature has turned the heath into a place of darkness (3.
THE beleaguered peasantry of this once great country, huddled and cold in their over-mortgaged hovels
, are looking to our gallant team of old Etonian multi-millionaires to ride into battle with the power barons.
After spotting discarded needles in the garden of the hovel
our investigators questioned her about drugs.
In Bellona, however, the same words imply a complex freedom, a choice from hovel
to mansion--complex because every hovel
and every mansion sustains through that choice some remnant of our ineffable catastrophe.
Capps novel ``Off Magazine Street'' and scripted and directed by feature newcomer Shainee Gabel, ``Love Song'' charts the slow, cantankerous redemption of former literature professor Long, who's been on a years-long bender with his ``biographer,'' Lawson Pines (Gabriel Macht), in a rundown New Orleans hovel
once owned by a recently deceased singer, drinking buddy and, perhaps, girlfriend of Bobby's.
Pastor Kimber's hovel
was a blue tarpaulin draped over a dugout mound of snow, just big enough to accommodate her sleeping bag.
He runs and hides in a hovel
that is attached to another cottage.
MONTY PYTHON FANS will recall the scene from The Life of Brian where a band of moronic terrorists from the "People's Front of Judea" gather in a dingy hovel
to plot their next strike against the Roman occupying forces (it's, not accidentally, 33 A.
The family lives in a rat-infested, decrepit hovel
Chantal's little hovel
is a miserable place to live.
The real--life Saint Bernadette of Lourdes--the subject of several films including Henry King's The Song of Bernadette (1943)-- was a strong--willed country girl who lived in a hovel
and encountered the Virgin Mary in a garbage--strewn grotto.
A French General, Lyautey, writes of his experience with de Foucauld, "A hovel