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uncover cankerous growths in present-day philosophy, in an endeavour to make ready, as it were, the patient for the Healer; correlate faith with faith, recover the secret of Isis, which is: there was One in the beginning, Creator, Fosterer, Begetter, the Same-forever in the papyrus-swamp, in the Judean meadow.
The puzzling dedication of the Sonnets "To the Only Begetter of These Ensuing Sonnets, Mr W.
He was a rarity, a begetter of stories about himself in his own lifetime.
What does the speechless anchorite do, once tracked down as the only begetter of a message in a bottle?
Although George Ives died in 1894--only months after his son entered Yale--he merits acknowledgment as an indirect begetter of Charles Ives's Hawthorne.
Braun focuses on Xenophon's minibiographies of the tough Spartan condottiere Clearchus and of the ultimate begetter of the entire enterprise, the Persian pretender Cyrus the Younger.
Grundy the absolutist seems also to have been the unacknowledged begetter of Burton's relativism.
When on high the heaven had not been named, Firm ground below had not been called by name, Naught but primordial Apsu, their begetter, And Mummu-Tiamat, she who bore them all, Their waters commingling as a single body; No reed hut had been matted, no marsh land had appeared, When no gods whatever had been brought into being, Uncalled by name, their destinies undetermined.
But he never drew more aptly from his Puritan begetter than in the suburban darkness of his 1959 masterpiece, "Skunk Hour":
At the same time, he plunges himself into the long history of whiteness that underlies any production of Othello, gleefully standing in for the long tradition of white men who have "created" the black Othello--Emil Jannings, Edmund Kean, Richard Burbage, and even the first begetter of the character, William Shakespeare.
Let us only trust that the Taylor company, in one form of another, will also long outlast its founder and begetter.
The star's take on the part is both original and considered, and it reaps most of its benefits early on, as Macbeth is confronted with more than he can properly fathom until even the begetter of so much bloodshed must eventually snap.