Slessor and O'Sullivan took great care to keep the animals healthy as Shulamite
returned to St.
Further, "Solomon when he wrote this poem had no plastic image of the Shulamite
in his mind, but an abstract, synthetic image; the Shulamite
in his mind was a metaphorical, we might even say, cubistic Shulamite
He assumes the persona of the male beloved of the Song of Solomon, who is sought after by the town or city he is entering, which seeks him out in the manner of the Shulamite
woman pursuing Solomon.
Thus she becomes the Shulamite
of the Song of Songs (sometimes identified with Abishag, old King David's young concubine):
Nigra sum, written out as a solo, is actually a duet for alto and baritone, the text suggesting a dialogue between the Shulamite
maiden and King David.
In addition, Captain Schwerdt and his staff arranged to install an anti-torpedo baffle in The Narrows, and enlarged the Examination Service by enlisting two former Newfoundland Customs cutters, Marvita and Shulamite
, complete with their crews.
His Song of the Shulamite
is an instrumental piece, and The Dance of David is a rhapsody for piano.
Like Solomon, I have married and married the speech of strangers; none are like you, Shulamite.
Is Solomon's wooing of the Shulamite like Reznikoff's wooing of Hebrew?
1) The Shulamite, as she is called, is presented in relation to her close family, her mother and her brothers, as well as a group of young women, the daughters of Jerusalem.
Only the Shulamite makes dramatic statements about herself: "I am dark, and I am beautiful
We know Shulamith only from Song of Songs: [Greek text omitted], "Return return O Shulamite
," and indeed she does return, or let's say that Celan returns to her at the very end of "Deathfugue.