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While the inpouring of the petrodollar into the region since the 1960s has brought new wealth and economic growth, it has also fortified authoritarian regimes, creating "rentier states" with considerable autonomy from their societies.
As his prepositional directives make clear, however, going on means going down: "I do not // feel I can go on: progression lies down in the / ditches of inpouring doubt" (63).
On the one hand, she disposes herself in preparation for the ascent; on the other hand, she calls for the free gift of divine inpouring by which what she already has is made to merit greater and richer rewards.