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South Atlantic Quarterly (1968) 67 (4): 627–635.
Published: 01 October 1968
... in the Cathedral would therefore seem to depend on Eliot s ability to create Thomas Becket s reality through dramatic communica­ tion. Yet toward the end of Part I Becket remains silent as the Women of Canterbury, the four Tempters, and the Priests speak in combined chorus, and during this silence occurs...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1960) 59 (4): 500–509.
Published: 01 October 1960
... has committed the crime or not; and Wisdom and the angels sing to him that he has abstained. Eliot read Hofmannsthal s description of the diffi­ culty. With the result that he avoided it? No, rather, he deliberately elected it. The four Tempters are theatrical projections in the morality tradition...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1948) 47 (2): 216–225.
Published: 01 April 1948
... Or potent tongue; fool, not to think how vain Against th Omnipotent to rise in Arms. (VI, 131-136) There is a parallel in Comus, where the lady says to the magician, a satanic tempter: Fool do not boast, Thou canst not touch the freedom of my minde With all thy charms. (LI. 633-35) Satan is not an idiot...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1958) 57 (3): 400–401.
Published: 01 July 1958
... as speaking on one of the towers of the Holy City, Satan and Jesus are in the desert until the Tempter catches up his victim and carries him through the air to the highest pinnacle of the Temple, where Jesus cannot stand ( to stand upright will ask thee skill 4.553). Many readers will in this day set...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1958) 57 (3): 399–400.
Published: 01 July 1958
... City, Satan and Jesus are in the desert until the Tempter catches up his victim and carries him through the air to the highest pinnacle of the Temple, where Jesus cannot stand ( to stand upright will ask thee skill 4.553). Many readers will in this day set it down for excellence that Mr. Stein s...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1968) 67 (4): 649–658.
Published: 01 October 1968
... we admire Adam for his loyalty to Eve, as surely we do, we express our kinship with him and testify to our partici­ pation with him in the consequences of his act. And in the world of the poem as in the world outside it, the tempter is Satan, to whom, as a matter of historical fact, readers have...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1972) 71 (4): 557–564.
Published: 01 October 1972
..., and in De Doctrina Christiana'. By his firm obedience, Jesus foiled the Tempter, regained Paradise, and founded that fairer Paradise in which descendants of Adam like Mary can five until the final day, bearing inevitable evils with equanimity, as the dispensation of the supreme Father, and sent for our...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1917) 16 (4): 346–356.
Published: 01 October 1917
..., Diana s feast Endymion (IV, 565ff), Hyper­ ion: a dream (I, 28-36), Paradise Lost (IX, 575ff), and the tempter s feast in Paradise Regained (II, 338-368we must come to the conclusion, already suggested, that Milton s de­ scriptions and the corresponding impressions are poetically general in their appeal...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1960) 59 (2): 239–250.
Published: 01 April 1960
... in the existence of privilege which made it possible. The genesis of corruption was to be found not in Adam, nor in Eve, nor even in the tempter Satan, but in the apple. But even privilege itself was rooted in the ideals and philosophies of America to which he turned his at­ tack in later years. His final word...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1965) 64 (1): 15–26.
Published: 01 January 1965
..., The blood of Christ remits all guilt. At this the Tempter did lear and steal away, and for a short time two or three hours only Bunyan was encouraged. This episode typifies the events in his life for some time thereafter. He constantly alternated between hope and despair, each turning being announced...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1956) 55 (2): 179–191.
Published: 01 April 1956
.... . . . Besides Buller there was Emerson, whose appeals continued. Emerson tempted him in the very language of the Tempter, promis­ ing all success. A new Kingdom with new extravagances of power and splendour I know. And on April 17, one day after the day-dreaming letter to John, Carlyle replied concerning...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1923) 22 (2): 176–191.
Published: 01 April 1923
..., addressed rather to the human periphery than its center. There is much of the moon, water, and mountains, woman and wine; the form shifts with the mood; and melan­ choly, delicately suggested, pervades the whole. One con­ stantly feels that the tempter of Li T ai-po, from whom most of the verses come...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1962) 61 (4): 492–505.
Published: 01 October 1962
... and their wrongs? Who would not, truly, and be the happier and better for it? said the Phantom. . . . Tempter, answered Redlaw I hear again an echo of my own mind. Dickens may well have been impelled to write this fairy tale of memory, love, and mental conflict because of the death a few months earlier...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1992) 91 (4): 865–890.
Published: 01 October 1992
... of their daughter), Philippe-narrator describes it in the following, largely neutral, way: Lors le marquis, qui tant amoit s espouse . . . pensa de l esprouver et de le fort tempter (Then the Marquis, who greatly loved his wife . . . decided to test her and to sorely tempt her).16 The second test (which follows...