In the later part of the century native writers themselves - especially Sidney - achieved the stature that made them worthy if ambivalent models, and it is this development on which Falco focuses, following several scholars (including Walter Jackson Bate and Harold Bloom) who have shown that any writer's relationship to his forebears
involves conscious or unconscious differentiation as well as imitation.
By the end of his book Marsh is claiming Richard Berry as the forebear
of both rapper Ice-T and Nirvana's Kurt Cobain, insisting, with typical understatement, "Louie Louie" shaped the modern rock 'n' roller's entire world.
The nation is indebted to our forebears
, whose selfless sacrifice of sweat and blood have brought about the freedom in which we breathe today, states President Maithripala Sirisena in an Independence Day message.
Filipinos are now the fastest growing population group in Hawaii, thanks to our pioneering forebears
who risked their lives to come to a strange and unfamiliar land.
If the exercise is to determine where our forebears
came from, that is surely fairly locationspecific and cannot be generalised on a national scale.
, originally published in Australia in 2009, is a companion volume to Cousins Across the Seas.
Now, in Mad Dogs and Englishmen, we are introduced to roughly 118 forebears
of the Twistleton-Wykeham-Fiennes clan, who passed on their eccentric genes to the author.
Roskill, Auckland, is no different, except they do away completely with all the twee elements of their forebears
Dear Editor, Our Victorian forebears
certainly knew something, not least about human nature, as instances the work of the Christian social reformers of that age.
All my forebears
(even if not the eldest son) could and did get married.
However, with the views he holds for the elderly, perhaps he has no forebears
at all, but was hatched from an egg which had addled slightly during incubation.
Caro's peace results from perusing the old parish archives to trace her forebears