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So what Collins alluded to his title, and what he elaborated in his text, was the idea of Cornwall as the locus of embodied, anachronistic time and space, set apart from the mechanisation of modernity; or, to use his words, 'emancipated from the thraldom of railways'.
The entire gamut of La Guma's intellectual, journalistic and artistic enterprise resounds with an enduring mediation on the writer's responsibility to a society made prostrate following moral, political and ideological thraldom precipitated by apartheid.
Kashmiris are subjected to Indian thraldom since decades as well as to worst forms of human rights violations, she stated and strongly condemned Indian atrocities against innocent Kashmiri people.
Right Column 260 [Pat mykil scha]me ye did and velany At none of ye day yu cred, hely And [3] hel did ye gast to yi fader all myghty yus yu died to make vs fre ffra ye gret thraldom yat in war we 265 Bot mykil payne and mykil reproue yu tholed befor ye ded for oure lufe And noght forto by vs agayne anely ffor whi yi ded mot suffice vs all forto by Bot for we suld yerby ensaumple take 270 to be pacient in angers for yi sake And for ye thole all hard es yat Als yu tholed for vs thurght yi gudnes Elles thurt ye haf tholed nane oyer payn Bot ye ded anely forto by vs agayn 275 ...
Beatrice therefore sees expanding the discursive arena (the public sphere) as a means of acquiring power for the emancipation of women and the marginalised, who have been in men's thraldom; hence, power for her is not fixated; it is fluid, and can be used by any group to further their objectives, especially in the political process.
(12) Unfortunately, when I wrote that, I had not fully taken on board the emerging literature describing itself as 'the new economic criticism', a movement within literary or cultural studies circles that aims to show how the post-modern techniques of the 'new historicism' can deliver economics from the thraldom of something called 'neo-classicalism'.
It but carries out the idea that I have expressed, that all these peoples who have been buried in the thraldom of slavery do not appreciate the responsibilities of liberty, and for that reason must have mentors, teachers, to show them how to act and what to do for their own good.
I see others in its thraldom and the public looking on in its indifference, and consecrate myself to the work of exposing the cheat, and scattering the apathy, and delivering, as far as my example and voice may, those who still linger in the embrace of death, (qtd.
16), but because Collett liked to think that her own destructive passion for Welhaven was Ibsen's inspiration for Ellida's thraldom to the Stranger.
Then the sea moves into the songs, surges in, the dark impetuous rush of it, its passion and poetry and loneliness, its cruelty and tenderness, and the men's own bitter thraldom to this oldest of mistresses.
The battle will be more than half won when we emancipate ourselves from the thraldom to the ghosts and shadows of the past.
He refers to his existence as "this chaos of my bondage" (III.ii.91), a phrase that speaks both to his loss of a clear, stable sense of self and to his entrapment within a form of "thraldom" like Pentheas slavery within marriage.