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Related to ungraciousness: insolence, unnerving
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Fortune had long been imaged as female, and it is sometimes difficult to distinguish whether a poem complains of a mistress's fickle ungraciousness, or more generally against the fickle ungraciousness of fortune (for example, Paradise, nos 50 or 79).
However, at least that suggests Lara is consistent in his ungraciousness.
Finally, in both the text and the annotations, the apparent desire for meticulousness often produces an unfortunate tone of ungraciousness and immodesty in the author's positioning of himself and his critical predecessors; moreover, the author reiterates, more than he needs to and usually verbatim, his thesis.