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Author: Arthur Cooper

’; and (466 C ) 壽 long life 壽 (466 C ) ‘shòu’, ‘long life’. All these have many variant ‘Seal’ and merely fanciful forms; 喜 often being doubled 囍, on menu covers especially and as a wedding symbol; whilst 福 and 壽 have respectively 105 and 289 fanciful variants listed in one seventeenth

In: The Other Greek

social relationships and the potential value of epistolography. The fact of the letter, as much as anything said in it, was significant. The assumption that simply writing letters might sustain a friendship underwrote the claim that correspondence was motivated above all by the disinterested desire of

In: A Companion to Byzantine Epistolography
Author: EunHee Lee

be discussed in more detail in Chapter 10. (4) a. That was one of the bonds between Sally and himself . (Woolf, Mrs. Dolloway ) b. Wild and frail and beautiful she looked, and thus the women of the Greeks were, Jacob thought; and this was life; and himself a man and Florinda chaste (Woolf, Jacob

In: The Logic of Narratives