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Many surprising things are revealed, such as that all instances in the Essay of the word lay are double entendres, as when, with truly subterranean lubriciousness, Locke says that labourers' 'Understandings are but little instructed, when all their whole Time and Pains is laid out, to still the Croaking of their own Bellies, or the Cries of their Children' (IV.
With regard to Vincent, Christine rewrites the stories to omit a certain lubriciousness in the story of the pregnant girl (Miroir, fol.