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In these three verses Ezekiel details the terms of Zedekiah's oath of fealty to Nebuchadnezzar.
Completed in 1946, its production delayed by war, The Vow is named for the oath of fealty that Stalin took at Lenin's tomb--a declaration suggesting, for Isaac Deutscher, the "homage to a deceased tribal chief"|6~--and is less a narrative than a succession of friezes dramatizing events from Lenin's death in 1924 through World War II.
Other collaborations between the two include The Gripping Hand, Oath of Fealty and Inferno.