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Although the estate agency industry often gestured towards this notion, it is the honesty and clarity with which Sower applies this ideology that is rapidly setting Sower apart.
GTHs are produced in response to hypothalamic gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH), what Sower calls the "master molecule" for reproduction in vertebrates- its discovery remains the holy grail of understanding hagfish reproduction.
Marie alludes to the Sower parable immediately before her lines about the obscurity of the ancients:
In The Sower of June 1888, the chrome yellow sun rises from the center of the horizon, thickly painted lines of light radiating into the sky.
In Parable of the Sower, Olamina has a condition called "hyperempathy," through which she feels the suffering of all of those around her.
Thirteen-and-a-half-year-old Calantha has always enjoyed losing herself in stories, and dreams of someday becoming apprenticed to the Sower of Tales, who alone knows the secrets of the story pods which grow in their fields.
In Sower, published in 1993, she maps a United States where governments at all levels have lost even the minimal ability to maintain order, defend human rights, and protect the environment; where multi-national corporations act freely and repressively without fetters; and where extreme income inequalities exist.
For some of his selected texts, Ishmael Reed's Flight to Canada and Octavia Butler's Parable of the Sower being the clearest examples, Butler's conception of the inner, non-teleological journey--that is, a journey seeking open space rather than specific place--seems to provide a conclusive rendering of meaning.
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Aikema's constant hunt for explicit, dialectical contrasts between virtue and vice in every detail of Bassano's pictures often seems somewhat forced; and particularly unconvincing is his reading in terms of moral turpitude of the entire cast of the lovely Parable of the Sower in the Thyssen Collection.
Her later novels include the Xenogenesis trilogy--Dawn: Xenogenesis (1987), Adulthood Rites (1988), and Imago (1989)--and The Parable of the Sower (1993).