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Flood follows both the defenses of Eve and the castigations, noting how she became the focal point of the querelles des femmes and the Frauenfrage, debates about the position of women, throughout the medieval period and, to some extent, to the present.
It's time you, and the rest of your crew stop making those thinly veiled castigations about Connor's couthness, intellect and literary talents.
8 is the most famous example of his revulsion against totalitarianism and politically-sanctioned violence, and we in the west are included in its castigations.
Burdened, as the result of our castigations, by a sense of linguistic Original Sin, they depart from school feeling, like those Puritans who felt that whatever was fun must be sinful, that whatever sounds natural must be wrong.