By David Wellington
Laura Caxton s'était juré de ne plus jamais affronter de vampires. On sait ce que valent les bonnes résolutions... À Gettysburg reposent cent cercueils. Quatre-vingt-dix-neuf contiennent des vampires dont on a ôté le coeur. Le dernier est vide. Ces coeurs ont le pouvoir de ramener à l. a. vie une armée de soldats assoiffés de sang. Le dernier vampire s'en est-il emparé ?
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• “Kvetchula,” by way of Darrell Schweitzer, initially seemed in Marion Zimmer Bradley’s fable journal, summer time 1997
• “A Vampire,” by way of Luigi Capuana, initially seemed in 1906 (this model has been edited and the language modernized for this publication)
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• “Sympathy for Vampires,” by way of John Gregory Betancourt, initially seemed in Horrors! 365 frightening tales, 1998
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Apart from wall carvings or drawings in tombs, this mode of embrace often depicts the bond between the king and a deity. Figure 1. Ne-ankhkhnum and Khnumhotep as a couple. One of the three wall carvings in their tomb depicts the two men embracing, on the west side of the chamber (Fifth Dynasty, c. 2350 BCE). Drawing by Ines Haselbach, from Moussa and Altenmuller, Das Grab des Nianchchnum und Chnumhotep. The tomb of Ne-ankhkhnum and Khnumhotep is a unique document. It shows that homoerotic relationships between men were practised and that, as in this case, the men also honoured social convention.
Shame, dishonouring' is the consequence of this liaison in Saul's eyes. The issue here is not only the political scandal of a royal son betraying father and kingdom for the sake of a stranger, but also the effrontery of this homosexual love. By his action, Jonathan shames his own mother; he 'uncovers her nakedness'. We find very similar phrases repeatedly in Leviticus 20, where various forms of forbidden sexual relationships within the extended family and other sexual taboos are addressed. Behind these prohibitions is the notion that on account of an offence, such as intercourse with an aunt (Lev.
Nissinen Homoeroticism in the Biblical World: A Historical Perspective (Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 1998); K. ', JSOT 67 (1995), pp. 87-107; M. Garden, 'Homophobia and Rape in Sodom and Gebeah: A Response to Ken Stone', JSOT 82 (1999), pp. C. Washington, 'Violence and the Construction of Gender in the Hebrew Bible: A New Historicist Approach', Biblnt 5 (1997), pp. 324-63; K. Hoheisel, Art. 'Homosexualitat', Reallexikon fur Antike und Christentum 16 (1994), pp. 289-364; E. Hartmann, 'Homosexualitat', Der Neue Pauly 5 (1998), pp.
99 Cercueils (Vampire Story, Tome 2) by David Wellington