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    1. On Monday evening, U.S. District Judge Dan Polster removed the protective order for part of the ARCOS database.

      I'd like to see an overlay of this chart below with the number of deaths by city.

      This could also have been used as a heat map based on population per use numbers to immediately pinpoint communities that were abusing much earlier based on countrywide averages. Data could have been a savior here.

    2. The database reveals what each company knew about the number of pills it was shipping and dispensing and precisely when they were aware of those volumes, year by year, town by town. In case after case, the companies allowed the drugs to reach the streets of communities large and small, despite persistent red flags that those pills were being sold in apparent violation of federal law and diverted to the black market, according to the lawsuits.

      Surely a master database could and should have been used to identify bad actors from the bottom up as they were abusing the system and making things worse. Cross correlating against cities with high rates of abuse and drug deaths would have allowed the system to continue leaking for as long as it has (and likely continues to do.)

    1. When toxigenic diphtheria bacilli are serially subcultured in specific antiserum against the temperate phage that they carry, they tend to become nontoxigenic.

      Imp

    2. On agar containing potassium tellurite, the colonies are brown to black with a brown-black halo because the tellurite is reduced intracellularly

      medium for diphtheriae

    3. anaerobic, non–spore-forming Gram-positive bacilli such as Propionibacterium species and Actinomyces

      imp point

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    1. Rachel declined to see me.

      Oh! Why does she refuse to see him? Because she still has conflicting feelings towards him?

    2. it was impossible to suspect Rachel

      Because he loved her, or because of her character? He said the man had an impenetrable face, so he seems to think he was not speaking the truth. Is someone else trying to get in the way of the two from being face-to-face?

    3. interpreted seriously

      Betteredge seems to be very serious and takes things at face value. This perspective from Franklin helps inform us of what to keep in mind when reading Betteredge's perspective.

    4. my father was dead

      So many people are dying! The Colonel, Rosanna, Miss Verinder, and now Mr Blake as well! Verinder died from a heart disease, but I wonder if there is any foul play in Mr Blake's death.

    5. She approached dear Mr. Godfrey at a most unladylike rate of speed, with her hair shockingly untidy, and her face, what I should call, unbecomingly flushed.

      When it comes to describing Mr.Godfrey, Miss Clack prefixes the name Dear. However, she used some ugly words to describe Rachel. It seems that she has a s strong bias against Rachel.

    6. Her insolence roused no angry feeling in me; I only made a private memorandum to pray for her.

      This is an irony clearly. I even read a hint of revenge in it! She is filled with anger at being ignored by her relatives, which is likely to affect the objectivity of her narrative.

    7. I was also deprived, at the time, of the inestimable advantage of hearing the events related by the fervid eloquence of Mr. Godfrey Ablewhite.

      Clack's words are too subjective to believe .We can not judge a person whether he or she is innocent through whether he or she is good enthough. Anyway ,the gentler a man is ,the greaterthe conspiracy he tends to harbor .I still think Mr. Godfrey is suspicious .

    8. Oh, my young friends and fellow-sinners! beware of presuming to exercise your poor carnal reason. Oh, be morally tidy. Let your faith be as your stockings, and your stockings as your faith. Both ever spotless, and both ready to put on at a moment’s notice!

      What an emotional narrator! Miss Clack like using exclamations to express her strong feelings to this story. We can distinguish the difference of narrators by counting the number of "!" they use in their parts.

    9. Sunday-school style

      Sunday-school means a school, organized by a church, that provides religious education to children on Sundays. Therefore, this implies that she is a Christian. Also, her enthusiasm for Christianity is also clearly expressed many times.

    10. long, too long, tolerated in my aunt’s family.

      It seems that Miss Clack had an aversion to Mr. Betteredge. However, they are the first two narrators of this story! It predicts that the style of their narratives will be entirely different, so will their perspectives on this case.

    11. Without my diary, I doubt–pray let me express it in the grossest terms!–if I could have honestly earned my money.

      This reveals that the first narrative came from Miss Clack's diary, and she wrote down this part just to earn some money. Maybe we can infer Miss Clack's quality from it.

    12. AND HAD ACCEPTED IT

      Why is it that this is all capitalized. Is it for emphasis of its importance or it is it a mere way of showing a scream? It might be of joy but also out of need?

    13. He smiled resignedly, and gave up the name of his client: Mr. Godfrey Ablewhite.

      I did not expect this to be his client but now everything is starting to clear up. Now I have a bigger suspicion of Ablewhite but I'm not sure of the possible reason yet. It might be useful to go back and connect the dots on Ablewhite since I had not suspected of him until now.

    14. I was wrong. The truth is, I was angry and suspicious–and I insisted on knowing more. Worse still, I declined to consider any additional information offered me, as a secret placed in my keeping: I claimed perfect freedom to use my own discretion. Worse even than that, I took an unwarrantable advantage of my position.

      This seems to be the most reliable narrator yet. He is admitting to his own faults while reflecting back on the events that he witnessed and participated in.

    15. Sir John had his share–perhaps rather a large share–of the more harmless and amiable of the weaknesses incidental to humanity.

      This isn't a very in-depth annotation but I've really enjoyed noticing the stylistic differences and personalities of each of the 3 different narrators come out when I'm reading them.

    16. She was out of our thoughts, poor soul, before we had seen the last flutter of her little grey cloak among the sand-hills.

      Great satisfaction of being the better one makes people ignore the heart of inferior fellow, will they be sorry or regret in the end?

    17. “Something draws me to it,” says the girl, making images with her finger in the sand. “I try to keep away from it, and I can’t. Sometimes,” says she in a low voice, as if she was frightened at her own fancy, “sometimes, Mr. Betteredge, I think that my grave is waiting for me here.”

      These words remind me of San Mao, a famous Chinese modern writer. This miserable place for Rosanna is like the Sahar Desert for San Mao. They were destined to belong to that place where they finding who they truely are.

    18. Mr. Godfrey Ablewhite

      Yeah so again my conjecture here: although Mr. Ablewhite might not be the one who stole the diamond himself, he must be somehow involved and cannot have claimed himself absolutely innocent.

    19. “The stain is taken off,” she said. “But the place shows, Mr. Betteredge–the place shows!”

      A striking use of metaphor. It’s just like the cracks are still there after the ceramic repair.

    20. not being of the sort that get up Companies in the City,

      It’s really ironic. The companies robbing from thousand was enjoying their treasure whereas a poor girl robbing from one was jailed.

    21. induced him to be the means of transporting the Diamond to Lady Verinder’s house

      Wait wait. Why is he doing this? After all these words proving that he cares about Rachel so much and treats her as his own family member, why is he working towards transporting this mysterious and potentially dangerous diamond to her???

    22. No more.

      Rachel is indeed very kind. See here how Mr. Bruff shows such a different side of Rachel from that of Miss Clack’s narrative. I trust in Mr. Bruff a little more in this case, though he also has his own subjectivity.

    23. meanly deceitful man

      Hold on. If this is how Mr. Godfrey is, then how should be explain all his previous actions? Like when he refused to defend his innocence for not stealing the stone, he claimed that it is for the reputation of Miss Rachel. Now that we see this apparently could not have came from his love towards Rachel. Then what is his intention in doing so? Is he also trying to hide something from the public that he remains silence in the case? Maybe he just cannot confidently say that he is innocent! What does this possibly mean? Maybe although he is not the one directly stealing the stone, he still plays a crucial role in the missing of the stone. If this is the case, then the person who steal it might be somehow closely related to Mr. Godfrey, who would that possibly be?

    24. exemplary person, Miss Clack.

      I really like Mr. Bruff. Because we can find him a just and believable narrator without prejudices and too much subjective thoughts, compared with Miss Clack, who conveyed her personal dislike for Bruff in her part. So I think he is the most objective and reliable one among those who had narrated the story till now.

    25. her smile of happier times–the most irresistible smile

      Why is she happy to know all these? Sounds to me that she is so relieved for knowing Mr. Ablewhite’s intention of marrying her. The fact that his proposal of marriage comes from commercial interest but not from the case of the diamond relieved Miss. Rachel. Why? Is she feeling so guilty of him that she is even willing to sacrifice her own marriage for his happiness? Is she now feeling less guilty because she realized Mr. Ablewhite is not that noble a man? How should we unwrap the tension between these characters?

    1. He was at first unable to afford the surgery that he needed immediately.

      WTH America, seriously? One of the greatest musicians of all times and he was unable to afford a surgery that could save his life?

    1. There are two main command-line interfaces, or ‘shells,’ that many digital historians use. On OS X or many Linux installations, the shell is known as bash, or the ‘Bourne-again shell.’
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    1. This is a generative approach: big data for the humanities is not only about justifying a story about the past, but generating new stories, new perspectives, given our new vantage points and tools.
    2. an approach to big data for the historian (we argue) needs to be a public approach
    3. This volume represents our view of what some of the most useful of these developing approaches are, how to use them, what to be wary of, and the kinds of questions and new perspectives our macroscope opens up.
    1. A macroscope is a bit like a microscope or a telescope, but instead of allowing you to see things that are small or far away, the macroscope makes it easier to grasp the incredibly large. It does so through a process of compression
    1. A key rule to remember is that there is no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ way to do these forms of analysis: they are tools and for most historians, the real lifting will come once you have the results. Yet we do need to realize that these tools shape our research: they can occasionally occlude context, or mislead us. These questions are at the forefront of this chapter.
    1. While this is fraught with issues – words change meaning over time, different terms are used to describe similar concepts, and we still face the issues outlined above – we can arguably still learn something from this.
    2. It also represents the inversion of the traditional historical process: rather than looking at documents that we think may be important to our project and pre-existing thesis, we are looking at documents more generally to see what they might be about. With Big Data, it is sometimes important to let the sources speak to you, rather than looking at them with pre-conceptions of what you might find.
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    1. AntConc is an invaluable way to carry out some forms of textual analysis on data sets. While it does not scale to the largest datasets terribly well, if you have somewhere in the ballpark of 500 or even 1,000 newspaper-length articles you should be able to crunch data and receive tangible results.
    1. Along with these benefits, however, digitisation has wrought concomitant problems. In a consumer-driven academic environment, funding for digitisation may be tied not only to concerns about access and preservation, but also to the need to increase visibility to ensure viability
    2. , I offer three questions researchers should consider before consulting materials in a digital archive. Have the individuals whose work appears in these materials consented to this? Whose labour was used and how is it acknowledged? What absences must be attended to among an abundance of materials? Finally, I suggest that researchers should draw on the existing body of scholarship about these issues by librarians and archivists.
    1. Topic modeling allows us to quantify and visualize this pattern, a pattern not immediately visible to a human reader.
    2. The question remains, how does a reader (computer or human) recognize and conceptualize the recurrent themes that run through nearly 10,000 entries?
    3. hort, content-driven entries that usually touch upon a limited number of topics appear to produce remarkably cohesive and accurate topics. In some cases (especially in the case of the EMOTION topic), MALLET did a better job of grouping words than a human reader.
    1. We cannot rely only on the computer-driven groups to use in analyzing texts.  The next step is to look at the texts that contain repeating word patterns and conduct a close reading to see what we can learn about the topic. Plotting the topic over time enables us to locate trends in how important the topic was to the author, or when we compare them with other authors, we can investigate differences in the ways that two authors valued these topics or the different ways that they expressed themselves.
    1. The ‘model’ in a topic model is the idea of how texts get written: authors compose texts by selecting words from a distribution of words (or ‘bag of words’ or ‘bucket of words’) that describe various thematic topics.
    1. Back to my spreadsheet I went where I discovered that variations in the title of the essay and in the author credits obfuscated the connections, as well as those for the other two essays by black women, Frances M. Beal and Maryanne Weathers.

      Shows the importance of double checking data and the hazards of working with others data.

    2. Almetrics

      Non-traditional bibliometrics, seen as alternatives or compliments to more traditional citation metrics. Can include people, journals, books, data sets, presentations, videos, source code repositories, web pages, etc.

    1. Notice how in the chart in figure 5.3, it can easily be noticed that whomever entered the data on book publication dates accidentally typed “1909” rather than “1990” for one of the books.

      Like last week when "Metadata" was the most frequent word in the Colored Conference documents.

    2. Visualization is a method of deforming, compressing, or otherwise manipulating data in order to see it in new and enlightening ways.

      definition

    1. Rectangles are sized proportionally to the amount of money received per category in 2013, and coloured by the percentage that amount had changed since the previous fiscal year.

      It is a visually appealing map but I don't know what half the funds are used for due to the blocks being so small.

    1. The most important aspect of choosing an appropriate graphic variable is to know the nature of your data variables.
    1. One popular service is colorbrewer (http://colorbrewer2.org/), which allows you to create a color scheme that fits whatever set of parameters you may need.
    1. Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, as well as the free Inkscape and Gimp, are all good tools for creating legends.

      Tools to use.

    1. Formal networks are mathematical instantiations of the idea that entities and connections between them exist in consort. They embody the idea that connectivity is key in understanding how the world works, both at an individual and a global scale.
    1. Historians will want note when their networks are explicit / physically instantiated, and when they are implicit / derived. An explicit network could be created from letters between correspondents, or roads that physically exist between cities. A derived network might be that of the subjectively-defined similarity between museum artefacts or the bibliographic coupling network connecting articles together if they reference similar sources.

      Explicit & Natural vs. Implicit & Derived

    2. A directed edge is one that is part of an asymmetrical relationship, and an easy way of thinking about them is by imagining arrow tips on the edges.
    3. Transitivity is the concept that when A is connected to B and C, B and C will also be connected. Some networks, like those between friends, feature a high degree of transitivity; others do not.

      Transitivity definition.

    4. Assortativity, also called homophily, is the measure of how much like attracts like among dyads in a network. On the web, for instance, websites (nodes) tend to link (via edges) to topically similar sites. When dyads connect assortatively, a network is considered assortatively mixed. Networks can also experience disassortative mixing, for example when people from isolated communities with strong family ties seek dissimilarity in sexual partners.

      Assortative vs Disassortative mixing.

    5. Aggregate all of the data into one giant network representing the entire span of time, whether it is a day, a year, or a century. The network is static. Slowly build the network over time, creating snapshots that include the present moment and all of the past. Each successive snapshot includes more and more data, and represents each moment of time as an aggregate of everything that led up to it. The network continues to grow over time. Create a sliding window of time, e.g. a week or five years, and analyze successive snapshots over that period. Each snapshot then only contains data from that time window. The network changes drastically in form over time.

      Ways to implement networks.

    6. Edges

      Edges definition

    7. Nodes

      Node definition

    8. Entities are called nodes (figure 6.1) and the relationships between them are called edges (figure 6.2), and everything about a network pivots on these two building blocks.

      Nodes & Edges explanations

    9. Despite their name, networks are dichotomous, in that they only give you two sorts of things to work with: entities and relationships. Entities are called nodes (figure 6.1) and the relationships between them are called edges (figure 6.2), and everything about a network pivots on these two building blocks.
    1. Each of my environments required separate state files to avoid collision. With the use of workspaces I was able to prepend the workspace name to the path of the state file, ensuring each workspace (environment) had its own state.

      prepend workspace to the path of the state file so that each env had its own state file

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    1. So I decided to write to you. I’m going to write in the paper animals I made for you that you used to like so much

      This has to be one of the sweetest things I have ever heard. The ingenuity his mom had to write in those animals and deepen the bond the kid has to them is heart warming.

    2. By the time an ambulance finally carried her in, the cancer had spread far beyond the limits of surgery.

      I saw this coming as soon as the previous paragraph. Cancer really is the silent killer and it's a shame we don't know more about it considering how many loved ones are lost each year. I lost an aunt I was extremely close with to cancer, only took cancer a few years to infiltrate, remiss, and come back twice as worse before she couldn't fight back anymore.

    3. Something about the mixing never seems right.

      This is a hard conversation to read, but it's so important to the story. It helps to demonstrate the magnitude of the prejudice that this little boy had to deal with growing up.

    4. Mom finally stopped making the animals when I was in high school. By then her English was much better, but I was already at that age when I wasn’t interested in what she had to say whatever language she used.

      Typical mom and teenage son relationship. At least the main character had that going for him in terms of normality in American society, No?

    5. not trying to be particularly quiet.

      This makes you wonder if they were secretly hoping either the son or mother would overhear them and understand enough to know what they were saying, or if they were really that naive.

    6. “We should eat American food.”

      A lot of immigrant families try to eat more American foods to better custom their families to our society which is funny considering American society is just a big melting pot of other nationalities. Almost all typical American food can trace its roots back to another culture.

    7. ohu put his front paws together at the edge of the sink and rested his head on them. Ears drooping, he made a low growl in his throat that made me feel guilty

      It's interesting that through his mother's magic these creatures are not only animated but truly alive, they feel pain and appear to have feelings. Later on in the story, after his mother dies and the animals stop moving, he says their animation must have just been his imagination, this made me feel almost heartbroken, these stories of his childhood are so sweet and heartwarming I want so desperately for them to be real.

    8. “Here’s your stupid cheap Chinese garbage.”

      Main character should have asked for a Jar Jar Binks paper figure to quote "HOW RUDE!"

    9. I dried him out in the sun, but his legs became crooked after that, and he ran around with a limp.

      I really like that instead of just throwing the buffalo away and asking his mother for another one he worked so hard to fix him, it really show how much he cherished these animals.

    10. Mark punched me, hard. “This was very expensive! You can’t even find it in the stores now. It probably cost more than what your Dad paid for your Mom!”

      I wouldn't imagine kids old enough to realize what was going on between his Mom and Dad, that is unless the surrounding neighborhood was talking about it behind their backs and talked to their kids about it, either way its a shame.

    11. he can be bought? T

      I like how after having judged his mother for this he then later compares his trying to get a job as him putting himself up to be bought. It shows character growth and empathy for his mothers situation.

    12. “Xiao laohu,” I said, and stopped. I switched to English. “This is Tiger.” Cautiously, Laohu strode up and purred at Mark, sniffing his hands.

      It's amazing how much detail the author puts into Laohu;s actions, reactions, and words. It really makes you feel that it was alive as much as you and I would be. Great story telling.

    13. Mark, one of the neighbourhood boys, came over with his Star Wars action figures.

      Most recent generations can trace back at least part of their childhood to something Star Wars related. It's something most people can relate to that is also of the Sci-Fi topic.

    14. She looked out at him with the eyes of a calm child.

      I don't know if it's necessarily relevant to the story but I find it strange that why looking for a wife, his father described her eyes as being those of a child. Was he trying to say she looked innocent and in need of help?

    15. He was trying to get me to speak to Mom again.

      I appreciate how much foreshadowing there is in this story. It's interesting to see this sentence so soon after he describes such a fond memory of his mother.

    16. I didn’t know this at the time, but Mom’s breath was specia

      I appreciate that he says "I didn't know this at the time" it not only demonstrates how children tend to easily accept the unbelievable it also makes one wonder when he realized that she was magical, was it as he got older or was it not until after he read the letter?

    17. What kind of woman puts herself into a catalogue so that she can be bought? T

      Something I really like about this story is how it made the reader feel something different during the beginning, middle, and end. after finishing the story this sentence is heartbreaking.

    18. every

      Important insight in really knowing her son will one day understand she always knew he loved her and she wanted him to fully be aware of her love for him

    19. She turned to me, still smiling. “I know you have to go back to school.” Her voice was very weak and it was difficult to hear her over the hum of the machines hooked up to her. “Go. Don’t worry about me. This is not a big deal. Just do well in school.”

      A point of undeniable love for her son. Even in the face of death, she puts her son's wants, needs, and life above her own. Focused on him, assuring he need not worry or concern himself with her present condition.

    20. Indicates a moment when Jack begins to realize the treasures he has loved were not admired by others. They were not real toys in a world that worshipped material things over imagination.

    1. Mr Fallon denied this, saying the firm's plans would provide authors with "a more sustainable income over time".

      but really only because they're doing this as a company to protect their own income over time! Authors should make sure that their percentage of the pie doesn't decrease in this transition--that's what they need to pay attention to.

    2. However, many of Pearson's digital products are sold on a subscription basis, raising fears that authors will lose out in the way musicians have to music streaming services.
    3. "We learn by engaging and sharing with others, and a digital environment enables you to do that in a much more effective way."

      An interesting pedagogical point, but then the question becomes: "Should we necessarily do it within your company's specific siloed domain?"

    1. In October, Chetty’s institute released an interactive map of the United States called the Opportunity Atlas, revealing the terrain of opportunity down to the level of individual neighborhoods.

      I should look at this for the Bay Area

    1. Truth may perhaps come to the price of a pearl, that showeth best by day, but it will not rise to the price of a diamond or carbuncle, that showeth best in varied lights.

      I's wondering if he is talking about the acceptance of truth or conversations about it. Like people do not want to accept the truth if it is hard to hear, but if the truth is new, exciting, and does not instill fear they may be more open and accepting.

    2. Certainly, it is heaven upon earth, to have a man’s mind move in charity, rest in providence, and turn upon the poles of truth.

      I think here he is saying that it would be the perfect/ ideal state if people would work or do things for charity, be comforted in life because God brings them peace, and be able to think deeply about truth whether that is philosophy or science.

    3. providence

      the protective care of God or of nature as a spiritual power

    1. In the meantime, the classification of viruses remains unclear. Tupanviruses seem to be dependent on their hosts for very little, and other viruses, according to one preprint, even encode ribosomal proteins. “The gap between cellular organisms and viruses is starting to close,” Deeg said.

      Is there a graph of known viruses categoriezed by the machinery that they do or don't have? Can they be classified and sub-classified so that emergent patterns come forward thus allowing us to trace back their ancestry?

    2. If all giant viruses turn out to share translation-related genes that are unique to their group, then it would mean they had a large common ancestor, an ancient virus that diversified over time, and it would lend support to the idea that giant viruses started out big and constitute their own domain of life.
    3. That mingling has sparked contentious debate among scientists about when and how giant viruses evolved. All of viral evolution is murky: Different groups of viruses likely had very different origins. Some may have been degenerate “escapees” from cellular genomes, while others descended directly from the primordial soup. “Still others have recombined and exchanged genes so many times in the course of evolution that we will never know where they originally came from,” Fischer said.
    4. “It’s remarkable that viruses seem to mingle into the translational domain so extensively,” said Matthias Fischer, a virologist at the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research in Germany who was not involved with either study.
    1. Bioeconomy appears to be an emergent, present, but also promissory economic regime built on the exploitation of old and new biological resources.

      This reflects the lack of consistency of the term; is it already here? will be a thing of the future?

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    1. NSMC was founded in 1984 as a specialized plumbing and piping firm. Founder Joe Whitney had two clear goals for the company: to have the best labor force in the industry—and a leadership position in our specialties.

      NSMC was founded in 1984 as a specialized plumbing and piping firm with two clear goals for the company: to have the best labor force in the industry—and a leadership position in our specialties.

    1. Much like autism, I’m often confronted with the dilemma of “curing” people of who they are, versus giving them the tools to share those rich differences with the world. But how can we respect someone’s humanness while also giving them the choice to become more like the majority of humans?

      It's upon the specific individual, what kind of life he/she wants to live from now on. Zero priority ought to be given to what the union of fellow differently abled folks have to say about the choice, IMO.

    1. Such are great historical men—whose own particular aims involve those large issues which are the will of the World-Spirit.
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    1. Be it known, that we knowing the prosperity of these countries, and the welfare of their inhabitants depends principally on navigation and trade

      Explanation: All of these European countries main source of income came via trade with other countries via the seas. Interpretation: Traveling was such an important part of all of these countries and as time progressed the area they navigated grew which was needed for the overall future well being of its people via trade

    1. Let me turn back, shame cries I ought return

      But it you're too afraid to really fall in love or be in a relationship you may regret it later on

    2. therein danger is; If to the left, suspicion hinders bliss,

      if you really overthink everything in a relationship it can ruin the fun or take the enjoyment out of it

    3. If to the right hand, there in love I burn

      going straight into love may hurt me.

    4. LOVE, a child, is ever crying;

      I'm confused. Is this song actually about a child or is it about a person in love acting like a child. Because there are many things a child relies on an adult for and they still want many things. But as the song continues it makes it sound more like an adult who is acting like a child.

    5. My pain, still smothered in my grieved breast, Seeks for some ease, yet cannot passage find To be discharged of this unwelcome guest;

      This sounds like the feeling of a literal heartache. The physical pain in her chest that cannot seem to be set free.

    6. Go then, my thoughts, and cry

      personification of her thoughts again. Instead of saying that she will cry she is telling her thoughts to go and cry. Not going to lie if i could send my thoughts away to do the crying for me that would be nice sometimes lol.

    7. Yet childlike, we cannot his sports refuse

      we are childishly repeating mistakes and going back again.

    8. Thus shadow they their wicked vile intent, Colouring evil with the mask* of good

      they are covering up their intent or hiding it behind a "mask of good"

    9. For hope deluding brings us to the pride Of our desires the farther down to slide.

      hope is only here to trick us or let us believe that our wants and desires may come true. When we have hope and truly believe then it is a bigger fall or letdown when our desires don't pan out the way we want them to.

    10. 39

      this sonnet uses a lot of references to eyes. Vision, blindness, and watching.

    11. Why should wee not love’s purblind charms resist? Must we be servile, doing what he list?

      Why cant we just say no?! She wants to be able to not worry about love and all of its antics.

    12. Cupid shall lose his darts,* have sight, and see His shame

      Cupid should be forced to look at all of the pain he has caused by making us fall in love. With love there is also pain.

    13. Desire shall quench love’s flames,

      personification of the feeling of desire in a way

    14. Love what art thou? Causeless cursed Yet alas these not the worst, Much more of thee may be said

      After addressing many different types of love in this song already, I think this is more straightforward saying that Love has many ups and downs. Love can be both good and bad in many different ways.

    15. Love what art thou? light, and fair, Fresh as morning clear as th’air,

      Simile about love. Love can also be light and fun and new.

    16. Idle smiles did thee beget While fond wishes made that* net Which so many fools have caught

      some people 'caught' the feelings of love but they are fools

    17. beget

      give rise to; bring about

    18. A vain thought,

      it is useless to think of love, and you must value yourself pretty highly to think about it

    19. vain

      having or showing an excessively high opinion of one's appearance, abilities, or worth

    1. add your text to the IU eTexts catalog.

      What if you're selling it to the general public?

    2. Next to "Share Latest Export Files",

      In the "Share Latest Export Files" section, select "Yes . . "

    3. Export 

      the Export chapter of the Pressbooks User Guide

    4. chapter 15

      the Export chapter

    5. Export your text

      What is the reason for going to this trouble instead of just adding the chapter link to the module as an external URL?Since it's a public text is there a need for authentication through LTI? Is it just not making them go to the Pressbooks site and iframing it in Canvas? I'd recommend including both options and explaining the difference.

    6. Contact the Pressbooks administrators 

      you can just put the URL for the chapter in as a module item using external URL..

    7. or paste a link into your course

      , adding it as an external link in a module, or sharing it in text in the syllabus or other Canvas page.

    8. Low-cost

      I'd recommend taking the Cost to students column out, pulling this row out of the table and saying something above the table like Pressbooks are available at no charge to whoever has access. if you have written a book and want others to pay for access, contact IU Press.

    9. made completely public

      freely available to anyone.

    10. Canvas Redirect tool

      Add book URL as module item as "External Link"

    11. entirely private to only

      visible only to individuals specified by the text owner.

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      COM A PALAVRA, A DEFESA DE FABRICIO QUEIROZ

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