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She has won her heart's desire; she has unwearying strength and endless days like a goddess.
While unwearying self-righteous melodrama may not be to everyone's taste, the writing is often vivid and the testimony will be valuable, particularly to those who already share Dworkin's political positions.
Rather than being aggressive like the virile officer stereotype, he is self-sacrificing, having remained a bachelor in order to provide from his modest income a comfortable home for his mother and two sisters, "for his was one of those large-hearted, sweet-blooded natures that never know a narrow or a grudging thought; epicurean, if you will, with no enthusiasm, no self-scourging sense of duty; but yet, as you have seen, of a sufficiently subtle moral fibre to have an unwearying tenderness for obscure and monotonous suffering" (p.
Through your unwearying service on behalf of the land of Israel, you are helping to bring about the fulfillment of the hope of our people.
Such a statement would sound like gibberish to Baraka, Jayne Cortez, Jerome Rothenberg, Judy Grahn, Ed Sanders, Barbara Mor or Will Alexander, all formidable poets who have demonstrated an unwearying engagement with the political.
After the travelers in Ayesha reach the mountains, they are led by a mysterious guide whose shape they can only glimpse in "the twilight" and "the dark": a few paces ahead of us walked our unwearying guide ...
The 1908 Royal Commission on the working conditions of female telephone operators found that "the breaking point of the operator's health is not far from the breaking point of efficient work." (39) Doctors and social critics -- generally men -- contended that "natural law" prohibited women from attaining "eminence" in industrial life, "and nature will not be gainsaid." Thus, the "fundamental fact" determining women's place in industry was "that nearly every woman is a potential mother." A man could be "terribly overworked" with little ill effect on his "power for paternity," but any woman who stood all day before "an unwearying machine" could not produce healthy offspring.
Even his most unwearying examination of government-to-government relations commands respect.
To expand again, to plunge our dryness into the unwearying source--