13) Maimonides further reveals his independent judgment in adjuring
Instead of giving ritual dignity to Old Fish's death, the enumeration resembles a recited variant of a Boy Scout oath, by the numbers, adjuring
readers to subscribe to values presumably common to the seas' creatures and humankind.
The rustling during the invocation and adjuring
creates a sound, but the action itself has an impressive visual impact, especially when several yamabushi confront the demonic being, their legs astride, stamping their weight back and forth from one leg to the other during the rustling.
Francis Heller and Robert Ferrell describe their distinct experiences of collaborating on various Truman volumes as the old man and the circumstances changed over the years, while Stephen Ambrose portrays briefly the "Ancient Mariner" Nixon "tugging at our sleeve, anxious to tell us his story one more time, no matter how eager we are to move on," his battery of lawyers working tirelessly to contain the damage, to death and beyond, the voice of his mother calling from her grave (and now surely over to his), adjuring
him never to give up -- with what success, the funeral eulogies in 1994 suggested.
She wonders "how shuld [she] bere" her child "So far from hame" (129-30), adjuring
the universe itself: "his ded wold I not se, / ffor all this warld to wyn" (105-6).