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Letter 24, however, might appear to elicit what would be, even by this exacting definition, a full-blooded existentialist interpretation, since the moralizing distance between the virtuous, intelligent Stoic admonisher and the despairing addressee seems to have collapsed.
I have been sought out many times to be counsellor, therapist, confessor, teacher, mediator, admonisher and encourager but hardly ever to be a spiritual director.
In an earlier sonnet, "London, 1802," a despairing Wordsworth had invoked Milton as national admonisher and prophet: Milton!
Langland is usually considered as a commentator on public mores and an admonisher to the devout and holy life.
Teachers often deflect the role of adviser or admonisher onto the children themselves.