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This double allusion doubly chastens what the Tractarian Keble considered a dangerous neopaganism: it casts in reciprocally critical roles the secular poet's uxorious complacency and his visionary hubris, and it contrasts each with the truly "celestial light" that the eucharistic rite consubstantially invests in a physical "something."
Upon codification as a deep thought statement of what the nature of original human nature (i.e., the nature of the African) or human personality is, the mythos is informing allegorically that the sexes are complementary parts that complete the other, consubstantially equal or the same in Divine essence, and lifelong obligated to the procreant function and the protective function as parents have to protect young offspring who, in turn, may have to protect aging parents.