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Nepenthe theory would seem quite plausible and researchable.
(III.v.66-71) Rather than projecting her illumination onto the spirit, Asia's light nearly blinds it, and in this moment Asia begins to resemble the "shape all light." This passage also resonates with a later instance of intoxication in Act III, where women on earth have become purveyors of nepenthe, the ancient drink that obliterates grief and pain.
Named Modoc and Sakarri, Odot and Willow, Nepenthe and Ventana, Tehalin and Nike, Asabe and Journey, these wolves all have been rescued from domestic circumstances that ranged from owners' ill health to neglect to outright abuse.
What man wouldn't spend the rest of his life seeking nepenthe? (Gardner's best short story, "Redemption," is a barely fictionalized account of the accident and its aftermath.)
They ate lunch at Nepenthe, overlooking the steep hillside with its blond grass and scrub oak and ocean, ocean, ocean.
Two wines we bring in are the Nepenthe Tryst White, a blend of Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris and the Nepenthe Tryst Red, a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo and Zinfandel."
Initially it presents itself as the anti-commodity -- the nepenthe that will take one beyond desire.
And at the end of an exhausting day in the open air, head along to Nepenthe bar and restaurant.
Duffie, 1882); and A Hero's Last Days; or, Nepenthe Columbia, South Carolina: W.J.).
I'm at Nepenthe in Big Sur and buy a copy of Thomas Moore's Care of the Soul.
Poet and critic praised by 20th-century writers for his intense evocation of a symbolic dreamworld in his unfinished lyrical epic Nepenthe (1835).