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Man's guilt in history and in the tides of his own blood has been complicated by technology, the daily seeping falsehearted death" (22).
(14) Likewise, Hawthorne's Lincoln is not a "provincial Machiavellian" figure (Smith 154); he is unsophisticated and shrewd, but not falsehearted. Significantly, the Peaceable Man remains conscious of his own bias, making it clear that he, too, is constructing a persona.
"These allegations are absolutely falsehearted," said the office of the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) spokesperson, adding that Sudan was a country committed to international agreements and UN conventions and would not involve itself in such mazes.
From his initial conversation with Roderigo, where he solicits the lovesick boy's fortune in trade for another chance at Desdemona, and continuing throughout the rest of his falsehearted encounters with virtually everyone onstage, Penn shows himself a master of the details of ingratiation, conceit, persuasion, bloodthirstiness and contempt.