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Channel 4 cameras will also be at Ascot today and I'm rowing in with GAMESOME (2.10).
gorgeous green-gowned gals, giddily gamesome, glad-warbling, granting
This day they both a-hunting forth will ride Into these woods, adjoining to these walls; When, in the midst of all their gamesome sports.
(17.) Indeed, Marx existed for the Orwells first and foremost in gamesome animal form: in 1937, the couple named their poodle "Marx" in order, as Eileen wrote, "to remind us that we had never read Marx[,] and now we have read a little and taken so strong a personal dislike to the man that we can't look the dog in the face" (Blair 72).
In 1612, Donne wrote from France back to his fellow lodger at Tincombe's, George Gerrard, jokingly offering "my service to all the company at our lodging; in which house, if I cannt get room for a pallat, at my return, my comfort is, that I can ever hope to be so near them as the Spittle in the Savoy, where they receive Travellers." (51) Getting closer to the desire for quiet stasis in his lyrics, Donne writes from Mitcham to his friend Henry Goodyer, "I write from the fire side in my Parler, and in the noise of three gamesome children; and by the side of her, whom because I have transplanted into a wretched fortune, I must labour to disguise that from her by all such honest devices, as giving her my company ...
He is the most gamesome and light-hearted of all the whales, making more gay foam and white water generally than any other of them.
The sparing of Antony, of course, proves to be the conspirators' undoing, but Brutus's fashion of ascetic republicanism-he is "not gamesome" (1.2.27)--prevents him from construing the threat Antony poses and performing what is expedient.
He 'knew a man', he writes, 'made once a king [...] in game' in the company of lords and ladies, who honoured him as though he really were one, but he retained this status for just 'twelve gamesome days', whereas, Davies concludes lamely, for real sovereigns the role is permanent and carries responsibilities (II, 18).
Byatt, Peter Wolfe, Frank Baldanza, Rubin Rabinovitz); a second phase (1980s) that rejected this early orthodoxy (Richard Todd, Guy Backus, Lorna Sage) and led to a new orthodoxy, Peter Conradi's view of Murdoch as a moral psychologist; and a third phase (1987-95) that read her in terms of postmodernism, variously focusing on issues such as gender, gamesome self-reflexivity, dialogicism, and the carnivalesque (Elizabeth Dipple, Deborah Johnson, and Heusel herself).
Wilson is particularly interested in theoretical aspects of play, make-believe, gamesome discursive acts and works of the imagination.
This mixture, in the passage cura footnote, of (implied) author and narrator, dramatic voice or lyric self and artist-citizen, passes onto a gamesome (ludic) plane beyond any concern per se with representativity of Sao Paulo.
Certainly he is playing around, but there's a big Russian history, of gamesome authors.