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Yet this final stanza is perfectly and lovingly undeceived. It proposes a foundation for marriage which, albeit desperate, is true.
undeceived by Merope's magic, Tom Riddle Senior abandons his wife
By liberating human understanding from the influence of vanity, Fielding doesn't force men to be good, but enables them to follow their inclination to be so undeceived.
Moreover, Glasgow was too familiar with Freud to allow her beloved Dorinda's success to be a mere byproduct of repression, and the narrator suggests that Dorinda knows not only what she is about to try to do but also that she is undeceived from the beginning about its ability to heal her wounds:
(103) By identifying two points at which government must expose its expressive choices, this approach maximizes opportunities for the public to engage in undeceived credibility assessments and meaningful political accountability measures.
He was soon undeceived. Enquiries and offers came in, from sources including Henry Sotheran & Co.
Fortunately for the public, insists Brandt, a small band of crusading public health officials, plaintiffs' attorneys, and a handful of undeceived citizens affiliated with voluntary health organizations and anti-smoking lobbying groups, at times working with state and national politicians, came to the rescue.
(18) Oenone's poor decision, by contrast, resembles the fall of Adam--a conscious, deliberate, undeceived pursuit of what one knows to be inferior.
When you are undeceived, you can think: he has no sister, or there's no such personas his sister.
The inscrutable Melmoth predicts their next exchange, promising a revelation ("you will be undeceived when next we meet"), and then making another vow: "I never desert my friends in misfortune.
As Mill puts it, one is entitled to engage in action that may harm others if the others involved give "their free, voluntary, and undeceived consent and participation." (10) But this is true only when a person's consent is valid.