51) Lincoln, Holy Terrors
19-22; Chernus, "George Bush's War" 417-24; Gnanadason, "Religion and Violence" 68.
In Holy Terrors
, editors Diana Taylor and Roselyn Costantino have assembled 26 documents, including critical readings by scholars, artists' statements and manifestos, texts for the stage, and interviews with their subject playwrights, that give a crazy quilt account of women performing theater in Latin America.
He is a member of the Holy Terrors
, a children's street gang that is a branch of the IRA, and he must take care of himself in this violent, hate-filled place.
He wants those three-foot-tall holy terrors
who take more than their allotted five minutes on the swing set and then call you "crybaby" because you've burst into tears over this injustice.