2 edition of A letter to Mr. Pain [sic], on his late publication found in the catalog.
A letter to Mr. Pain [sic], on his late publication
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3. TO THE ELECTOR MAXIMILIAN FRANCIS. MOST ILLUSTRIOUS AND GRACIOUS PRINCE,--Some years ago your Highness was pleased to grant a pension to my father, the Court tenor Van Beethoven, and further graciously to decree that R. Thalers of his salary should be allotted to me, for the purpose of maintaining, clothing, and educating my two younger brothers, and also defraying the . Among spokesmen for the Palestinian cause in our day, surely none is so articulate, or so well-known, as Edward W. Said. The holder of an endowed chair in English and comparative literature at Columbia University, a prolific author of books and articles both scholarly and popular, a frequent lecturer and commentator on radio and television, a sometime diplomatic intermediary and congressional.
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I acknowledge that I have read and. To clinch his point he cited several instances to the contrary and quoted at length passages from accounts of two early Jewish heroines and the praise they received for their treacherous exploits: how Jael hid the fleeing Sisera, fed him, and after he had fallen asleep hammered a tent nail through his head (Judges –31; ); and how.
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