the creative side of lament
, the Holy Spirit's role, and to see in
From the viewpoint of archaic society, the psychological aspect of the laments
has obviously been of more secondary nature (see also Alekseevskij 2007).
Ziolkowski in 'Laments
for Lost Children: Latin Traditions'.
In Joseph Harris's intelligent and thought-provoking analysis " 'Myth to Live By' in Sonatorrek," which is an updated version of a 1999 paper, (1) Harris convincingly argues that real laments
in Old Norse culture were modeled on mythic ones, using the archetypal lament
of Odin for Baldr as a case study.
Goodland lays out her argument in her"General Introduction" From this point on, she divides her books into two parts: "Female Mourning and Tragedy in Medieval English Drama" and "Deranging Female Lament
in Renaissance Tragedy" Each of these parts is further subdivided, though not equally; three chapters are devoted to medieval drama, five to Renaissance tragedy.
family keeps moving from country to country and from town to town in search of an elusive better life.
The action develops in a sequence of rhetorical forms that shape the play's discursive design: the sister's laments
are superseded first by Jesus's prayer, then Lazarus's exhortation, and finally Jesus's blessing as the sanctioned interpretations of the meaning of Lazarus's body.
Prayers of lament
are an important way to express our longings, disappointments, and pain to God.
(7) It is critical to underscore that the Tain preserves a literary, imagined representation of an oral ritual performance and its poetry, of course, rather than serving as transcript of a historical performance of the keen, as Hollo also notes regarding other medieval representations of lament
and Lamenting," 86).
1-31), Samet briefly examines the topic of laments
in general, and then focuses on laments
in Sumerian literature.
Huma, who has received three Filmfare Award nominations, lamented
violence in Kashmir and called for resolution of the issue.
This is not surprising, since there are several similarities between Sumerian Laments
and the Book of Lamentations.