By Jennifer Rardin

Jaz Parks right here. yet I'm no longer on my own. I'm listening to voices in my head - and they're now not mine.

The challenge, or perhaps the answer, is figure. And the job's a stinker this time -- killing the gnomes which are threatening to topple NASA's Australian-based house complicated. Yeah, i do know. Vayl and that i may still manage to kick this one in our sleep. other than that Hell has thrown up a demon named Kyphas to knock us off target. And rattling is she indestructible!

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14 Furthermore, the woman's speech initiates male response. David's authority, with repeated verbs of action— sending people here and there—is subtly undermined by the woman, for the balance of action in the narrative is in response to Bathsheba7 s two words of direct speech: 'I [am] pregnant'. Of course Bathsheba's words are the result of David's sending for her; but if, as I suggest, Bathsheba is complicit in the sexual encounter, she is less the object than is readily apparent. Although the reader cannot discern the tone of Bathsheba's words, they are baldly direct: there is no hedging or apology or humble appeal to the king.

In the earlier scene, Michal represents the royal family as daughter of Saul, and David is the powerless son-in-law. In the later scene, David is royalty—the king—and Michal is merely one of several wives. The window which provided David freedom and saved his life becomes a window which confines Michal, evidenced by the bitter tone of her words. The window 'frames' each of these scenes, much as it 'frames' David's earlier speechless passivity, and his later surge of uninhibited activity. The window also 'frames' the sexual content of each of the scenes: the marital bed with its representations of a powerless David as he leaves the first window scene, vis-a-vis the uninhibited, barely-covered David kicking up his legs and exposing his genitalia before the mixed-gender throng in the second window scene.

Saul is now dead, and Michal is no longer in denial about her relationship with David. Freed of her father's abuse, Michal finally owns her own 12. This is the Septuagint reading. The Masoretic Text reads "my own7. 13. Excluding Palti as a husband, since that marriage was effectively annulled by her being returned to David, her first husband 44 Samuel and Kings power by confronting David, by becoming a person, not an object. She regains her voice, but she remains childless. It may be that David recalled Michal as wife to ensure that no offspring of Saul would threaten his line of succession.

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