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“To take a wyf”

Marriage, Status, and Moral Conduct in “The Merchant’s Tale”

Natalie Hanna

with his ideal image of marriage, rather than the reality of it. His metaphorical blindness, heightened by his physical blindness later in the tale, concerns not only May’s deception and adultery, but can be extended to his entire approach to marriage

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Matthew Trundle

a word that had connotations of deception and unfairness. The “machine” was more than a feat of engineering, but a contrivance. Troy was a foundational strug- gle for later Greeks who strove to claim descent from both sides. Nothing like the ten

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Stefan Nygård and Johan Strang

Bourdieu points to an important aspect of the logic of universalization in drawing attention to the way actors within specific fields tend to be committed to its logic and values unconsciously, by means of what he describes as a necessary form of self-deception

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Filimon Peonidis

political parties or individual candidates. REFERENCES Aeschylus . Suppliants , . Alterman , Eric . 2004 . When Presidents Lie: A History of Official Deception and Its Consequences . New York : Viking

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Nicole Abravanel

’héroïne est incontestable. Paris est tenu par le roman de Navon pour lieu de déception-désillusion, et non d’émerveillement et d’identification ou d’étourdissement. Paris n’est pas la Ville Lumière comme dans le regard de l’orientaliste ou l’approche de l

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Sovereignty versus Influence

European Unity and the Conceptualization of Sovereignty in British Parliamentary Debates, 1945–2016

Teemu Häkkinen and Miina Kaarkoski

-government would pose to social cohesion; and (3) the restriction on the freedom to make independent economic treaties. In addition these arguments, there was a deliberate invocation of (4) the feeling of deception after 1975 as British sovereignty had gradually

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The Return of N'Guyen Van Binh

Exile and Injustice in the French Empire, 1866–1876

Geoff Read

man who arrived in Saigon was their missing son, husband, or father, and so no romantic tale of deception followed. Yet the so-called return of N'Guyen Van Binh proves to be revealing nonetheless. 3 By examining this one fantastic case in detail, we