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Soldier's Manual

Colonialgirl Wrote: Mar 07, 2013 7:37 PM
Well, they DID it with housing and NOW its the stock market's turn. It'll come crashing down soon just like housing.
Knight, Death and the Devil is considered Durer's master engraving, completed after two years in 1514.  The provocative image of the steadfast knight, looking straight ahead despite urgings from the Devil and intimidation from Death, strikes one immediately.  Since its creation, there have been a number of wide ranging opinions on its message.

I read someone thought the fox brush on the protagonist's lance made him a "sanctimonious hypocrite" instead of Defender of the Faith many others imagined. I must admit, I'm not sure how that conclusion was arrived since I could only find positive definitions and conclusions associated with fox brush, including...