that the offer is insulting, "the estimate of profits" appearing to be "a very low one.
As soon as the ambassadors are gone, Polonius, saying he will not expostulate
on the obvious, expostulates
When the niece protests that she wants a realistic story, Miss Witherwell expostulates
, "the poison of the realistic school has certainly tainted and withered your fancy in the bud," and she suggests the only two endings that seem to her appropriate for fiction: "Marry them,.
He launches into a dramatic recitative in which he expostulates
on his suspicion of these men and vows to defend his lady.
with her son before determining that it is necessary to kill him, 'O my deere Babe, had I in every limbe of mee a several life, so many lyves as I have lymbes to Death wold I resigne, to save thine one life' (71-2), and this source 'limbs' adds weight to the correctness of the frequently and unnecessarily emended 'limbs' of III.
at length--great length--upon the colors orange, purple, and green.
34), though furnished with commas and dashes, expostulates
in paragraphs of disordered innuendo.
Through the 784 letters and cards written over this period we learn of his continuing activity in publishing and distributing Lady Chatterley's Lover, and of his schemes for outwitting the many perpetrators of pirated copies; he is preoccupied, at a distance, with the exhibition in London of his paintings, and of the project to publish a volume of reproductions of them; although he `gives up writing', he manages to complete odd essays, forewords, poems, and Apocalypse; he reads, argues, encourages, expostulates
, invites old friends and new to stay with him, and moves at least seven times, apart from his last few weeks in the sanatorium.
, "how many burdens she lightened, how many crosses she garlanded with hope" (10).