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C) The intruding journalist in Kay v. Robertson The plaintiff, a popular actor, was injured during the unusual storms of 1986 when a piece of detached boards crashed into his car and embedded some very large nails into his cranium. Because of his celebrity status his treatment attracted much attention which led the editor of a pornographic publication to send two of his reporters to investigate his state. Pretending to be nurses they entered the restricted (for medical reasons) intensive care unit and proceeded to photograph him using flash light (clearly inappropriate given his cerebral injuries) and conducting an interview of sorts with him while he constantly fell in and out of consciousness.

The German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck epitomizes this contrast between the public figure, intriguing, fascinating, powerful, indefatigable, and the private person of unfathomable cunning and unscrupulousness. A little-known passage – to English readers at least – of the Nobel Laureate Thomas Mann captures this duality perfectly. Mann thus described the man who dominated the last third of the 19th century in the way Napoleon did the first quarter, as29: 27 Justice Cardozo’s prose, with its frequent resort to archaisms and inversions of words, often shows how the violation of the rules of grammar can lead to truly great style.

It is, of course, God’s “elevation” of his Son that is, arguably, the pivotal moment of the celestial revolution; but it also bears some affinity with renaissance political theory that allowed rulers to treat their kingdom as a possession instead of seeing their power over it as being held in trust. In such thinking it is tempting to see, once again, a potential clash between Milton’s republicanism and his theology, a clash which, by the end of his life (and the poem), is resolved in favour of faith.

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