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Shakespeare's Festive Tragedy

  A unique look at the social and religious foundations of the tragic genre. Liebler asks whether it is possible to regard tragic heroes such as Lear and Coriolanus as `sacrificial victims of the prevailing social order'.


Little Giant SA-1 Sacrificial Anode (599002)

  Little Giant SA-1 Sacrificial Anode (599002) The Little Giant SA-1 Sacrificial Anode (599002) is a Magnesium accessory for use with metal-body pumps. The Sacrificial Anode provides corrosion protection and is 5/8" in diameter, 4-1/2" L, with 8" lead wire. Compatible with Little Giant pump model series: 1-EA; 1-MA; #1; 2E; 3E; 4E; and 5. To install, the lockwasher should be located between the screw head and the anode ring terminal. Once the anode is attached, cover the mounting screw and anode terminal with the epoxy which is provided. Once the epoxy is dried the pump is ready for use. Includes anode, epoxy, machine screw, 2 self tapping screws, lock washer, and an epoxy mixing stick.


Shakespeare’s Festive Tragedy: The Ritual Foundations of

  Shakespeare's Festive Tragedy is a unique look at the social and religious foundations of the tragic genre. Naomi Liebler asks whether it is possible to regard tragic heroes such as Coriolanus and King Lear as `sacrificial victims of the prevailing social order'. A fascinating examination of Shakespearean tragedy, this extraordinary book will provoke excitement and controversy alike.


Human Sacrifice in Ancient Greece

  Numerous ancient texts describe human sacrifices or other forms of ritual killing: In the 'Iliad' Achilles slaughters twelve Trojan captives before the funeral pyre of Patroclus, while many other texts report human sacrifices performed regularly in the cult of the gods or during emergencies such as war and plague. In addition, archeologists have frequently proposed sacrificial rites as an explanation for their discoveries. The first book-length study of this controversial subject to appear since 1915 and the first ever published in English, 'Human Sacrifice in Ancient Greece' examines the written and archeological evidence for the ritual killing of human beings in ancient Greece. The author discusses the evidence for a range of sacrificial practices which collectively suggest a bloody and violent religious life among the ancient Greeks from the Bronze Age well into historical times. At the same time, Hughes presents the skeptical view of such sacrificial interpretations. A valuable synthesis of data and arguments on this controversial subject, 'Human Sacrifice in Ancient Greece' offers a fascinating glimpse into the religious thought of the ancient Greeks and into changing modern conceptions of their religious behavior.


T.S. Eliot's Civilized Savage

  While contemporary readers emphasize Eliot's charged personal life--his anti-Semitism, his political conservatism, and his misogyny--Laurie MacDiarmid argues that although Eliot's poetics are shaped by private fears and fantasies, in many ways these are the ghosts of a culture that accepts and celebrates him. Comparing early versions with finished poems, this book explores the development and ramifications of Eliot's 'impersonal' poetic and how Eliot conceived an eroticized poetry of worship and a poetic that dictated a sacrificial relationship to a savage God.


T.S.Eliots Civilized Savage: Religious Eroticism and Poetics

  While contemporary readers emphasize Eliot's charged personal life-his anti-Semitism, his political conservatism, and his misogyny-Laurie MacDiarmid argues that although Eliot's poetics are shaped by private fears and fantasies, in many ways these are the ghosts of a culture that accepts and celebrates him. Comparing early versions with finished poems, this book explores the development and ramifications of Eliot's 'impersonal' poetic and how Eliot conceived an eroticized poetry of worship and a poetic that dictated a sacrificial relationship to a savage God.


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  The great doors of the pylon were wide open, and afforded a view into the forecourt of the sanctuary, paved with polished squares of stone, and surrounded on three sides with colonnades. The walls and architraves, the pillars and the fluted cornice, which slightly curved in over the court, were gorgeous with many colored figures and painted decorations. In the middle stood a great sacrificial altar, on which burned logs of cedar wood, whilst fragrant balls of Kyphi.


Untimely Partners

  Love is truly timeless -- and brutally sacrificial, as Keiranne is about to find out. Photographer Keiranne West ends her engagement and embarks on a trip to Teotihuacan. After an incidental encounter with fellow tour member Dorian, Keiranne plummets through a rip in time 2,800 years into the past. Lost in the brutal past of Toltec Teotihuacan, Keiranne is plunged into a fiery romance and forced to confront a high priest. Paying a steep price accelerates a journey she hopes will lead her back to the only man she has loved throughout time. Untimely Partners is the first of Mayan Mysteries, a series of time-travel and paranormal romances set in ancient Toltec, Mayan, and Aztec locations.

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