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Swetnam continues, "Hee [Moses] also saith that they were made of the ribbe of a man, and that their froward nature sheweth; for a ribbe is a crooked thing, good for nothing else, and women are crooked by nature: for small occasion will cause them to be angry" (sig B1).
39) She concludes by again chiding her interlocutors, "you froward and unable worms" (5.
Not only were humans subject to corruption of the senses; far more important to emphasize to a "pelagian" audience was the spiritual loss: "descended of earthly Adam, our mindes are full of darknesse, our wills froward, our affections sensuall, there is none righteous, none understandeth, none seeketh after God.
Her book Herso, An Heirship in Waves is self-described as a "(proem / toward the end / of all things surely lapsed froward [sic] .
Participants and stand owners are looking froward to interacting with visitors from a wide range of nationalities before the annual festival comes to an end on Thursday, July 21, 2011.
Even Eumenides, a noble and brave character, admits regretfully, when Semele in her contrariness methodically rejects all his overtures, that his beloved is 'of all women the most froward and [he] of all creatures the most fond' (3.
And if you are froward [sic] you shall see who is the stronger, a gentle little girl who doesn't eat enough or a big wild man who has cocaine in his body.
nonconformists] who through "their perverse froward and malicious minds, wills, and intents, [intend] to subvert the very true and perfect exposition [.
While misogynist early modern writers such as Joseph Swemam advocate wife beating, declaring, "As a sharp bit curbs froward horse, even so a cursed woman must be roughly used," (52) others, such as the Puritan preacher William Perkins, called for a more restrained approach to spousal correction.
23; Joseph Swetnam, TheAraignment of Lewde, Idle, Froward, and Unconstant Women in Female Replies (London: [n.
I'm looking froward to teaching journalism as an adjunct at the university of Montana this spring.