Benny's New Friend (The Boxcar Children: The Adventures of by Gertrude Chandler Warner PDF
By Gertrude Chandler Warner
While Benny hears that somebody his age has moved in down the line, he's delighted! Benny hops on his motorcycle and rides over, excited to satisfy the boy. Then Benny reads the identify at the boy's blouse. Beth. the recent child isn't really a boy. She's a lady!
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Slater 1986: 102. 110 on Thu May 20 13:44:51 BST 2010. 585—6). 411, 655). 17 Philos is not the only adjective to denote such a special status. Ulf (1990: 136) notes that the term pistos, "faithful" or "trustworthy," is reserved to describe the closest companions. Metrically, philos and pistos are complementary, and function like two formulaic epithets attaching to the same hero. 18 Taken together, the terminological complex constituted by hetairos and the markers philos and pistos embraces the essential elements associated with friendship: a select relationship between non-kin grounded in mutual affection ("dearness") and loyalty or trust.
21 The unique individual seeks in communication with friends an antidote to loneliness, which is the condition of lack characteristic of the isolated self. " The Greeks and Romans were sociable peoples, and to be deprived of human company was normally perceived as the extreme of suffering, at least until monastic ideals took root late in the Christian era; Euripides was thought to be strange on account of his penchant for solitude (Alexander Aetolus fr. 7). In Sophocles' Philoctetes, the hero, who has been abandoned on a desolate island, laments his condition as "wretched, alone, deserted and friendless" (227-8).
Even in reference to sexphilein refers to "treating a woman in a non-hostile manner": one has sex with "someone with whom one may feel relaxed" (16). Love is beside the point. g. //. 762, 772-5), and he proposes (64) that the basic sense of philos is just "dear": the meaning "one's own" is a later accretion, deriving from formulaic collocations with the possessive pronoun (cf. //. 4: hon philon huion, "her own dear son"). The co-presence of philos and the possessive more plausibly suggests, indeed, that they were perceived as distinct, and David Robinson has argued on the basis of a meticulous examination of cases and contexts that the adjective philos, whether masculine, feminine, or neuter, is appropriately rendered by "beloved" virtually every time it occurs, and that "in 8 9 10 Cf.
Benny's New Friend (The Boxcar Children: The Adventures of Benny and Watch Series, Book 3) by Gertrude Chandler Warner