Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 13:43
association , cartel , chain , combine , syndicate , trust
allay , alleviate , assuage
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angst , fearfulness , torment , upset , vexation
appertain (to) , apply (to) , bear (on) , pertain (to) , refer (to) , relate (to)
".As if I was tasting life for the first time, the magical side of it. My confidence in the intelligence of the cosmos became absolute. I feel as if it has entered every cell of mine. Time will tell if it stays, but that is how I feel as of now."
strain , stress , tension
agency , dealer , outlet
brush (aside or off) , reject , shrug off
The Black Snow is advertised as Paul Lynch''s take on the "pastoral novel." Such a characterization presumes some familiarity with the term, though given the fairly infrequent use of the pastoral mode in contemporary fiction, it''s likely some readers might be unfamiliar with precisely what that means and even literary critics can''t seem to agree, specifically, on what constitutes a "pastoral."
Generally, a pastoral work of literature concerns itself with the rural countryside, and the people who inhabit it. The pastoral mode is well established in the Western literary tradition, having found its first full expression in the works of Theocritus, who wrote in the third century . in ancient Greece. In his case, a pastoral.