By Arthur Miller
In Joe and Kate Keller's relations backyard, an apple tree - a memorial to their son Larry, misplaced within the moment global struggle - has been torn down by way of a typhoon. yet his loss isn't the in simple terms a part of the family's earlier they can't positioned in the back of them. no longer everybody's forgotten the court docket case that positioned Joe's companion in penal complex, or the cracked engine heads his manufacturing unit produced which triggered it and dropped twenty-one pilots out of the sky ...
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Amors, qui est et dame et mestre, En ce bon point li corut seure, Quë ele en velt estre au deseure, Et si veut avoir le treü Du grant deduit qu’il ot eü De mainte dame en son aage. N’onques servise në honmage Ne li fist, entreues qu’il li lut. Por ce qu’il ne se reconnut N’a son honme n’a son bailleu, Si li fist en tens et en lieu Sentir son pooir et sa force: C’onques Tristans, qui fu a force Tonduz conme fox por Yseut, N’ot le tierz d’ahan quë il eut De si qu’il en ot sa pais faite. Ele li a saiete traite Par mi le cors dusqu’au panon: La grant biauté et le doz non D’une dame li mist el cuer.
Ne l’a or en autre maniere 56 The Lay of the Reflection 672 676 680 684 688 692 696 700 704 708 712 716 His joy at returning hid The thoughts which made him apprehensive. [He returned with all his retinue] To the castle. The lady, who was in much distress, And in conflict with herself, Left her chamber, descending The stairway step-by-step. Deliberately and by choice She came into the courtyard to pass the time; She caught sight on her finger of the glimmering ring That she intended to return to the knight.
As he rode up to the attack she deflected him With her words, and undid his calculations— (As the person who first told me this tale Has given me to understand). He allowed himself to be led on a tight rein, For there was nothing that could please him more. Had another treated him with scorn He would have known well how to gain revenge; But he was so much in her power That he did not dare contradict her in anything. So he began once again to talk sweetly to her: ‘Ah! My lady, mercy, for pity’s sake!
All My Sons by Arthur Miller