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Jonathan Atkin

ambulance drivers in her semi-autobiographical novel, Not So Quiet – Stepdaughters of War , which she published under a pseudonym – Helen Zenna Smith. One bitter passage describes, in an almost stream-of-consciousness manner, the denial of truth involved in writing to family at home about events at the front and the uselessness of even attempting to convey the terrible truth; If one told the truth, namely: that all the ideals and beliefs that you ever had have crashed about your gun-deafened ears – that you don’t believe in God or them or the infallibility of England or

in A war of individuals
Eric Pudney

transvected (p. 162). 119 Stephens, Demon Lovers, p. 162. 120 Augustine, The City of God, xviii.18, p. 192. 94 Scepticism and belief in English witchcraft drama fiction at all.121 His authority led later medieval authors to follow his assumption that Apuleius’s story was autobiographical.122 Adlington’s attitude to The Golden Asse is quite different from Augustine’s – more open to the idea of it as fiction, but also seemingly contradictory. In his dedicatory epistle, Adlington refers to The Golden Asse as Apuleius’s ‘fable or feigned ieste’, which implies that he

in Scepticism and belief in English witchcraft drama, 1538–1681
Sukanta Chaudhuri

the Italian, except for changes introducing an autobiographical note. (See 1n, 4n.) Pastorells from Maria Bonardo frattegiano There where the pleasant Eske Glydes full of siluer with her happy vawes, And cleds with Emeralds both the Banks, The sheepheard Damon His Temples girt about with verdant Bayes Like to a stranger swaine At the sunes rising with golden brows, All glad sent forth these words: Let the nobell crew of sheepheardes know, waves clads, clothes 14-16 Fr. is more elaborate: ‘Because they opened the door to the pangs I suffered since the time I saw

in Pastoral poetry of the English Renaissance