“The thing is as clear as noonday,” cried the squire.
The Desert Fathers complained of the 'noonday demon' that tempted them away from God.
One book that was really important while I was writing The Collected Schizophrenias was Andrew Solomon’s The Noonday Demon.
"The Noonday Demon" will give you a solid foundational understanding of depression that will improve your empathy toward it.
Nothing met my eyes but one large window wide open, through which the sun of midsummer at noonday was showering down torrents of splendour.
She had prepared for the noonday sun in a suitably wide-brimmed straw hat, so Bruno led her out onto the avenue rather than suggesting a cab.
To test the idea, he and his colleague captured a handful of blue-headed adult males and illuminated them from above, mimicking the noonday sun.
Winter: no warmth, no light, no noonday, the evening joining on to the morning, fogs, twilight; the window is gray; it is impossible to see clearly at it.
Mr Ellsworth presents a gripping history, despite the occasional cliché (“Whether or not mad dogs and Englishmen could stay out of the noonday sun was debatable.
Dionne, of the Washington Post, and speaking about poverty and listening to the others while the bells of the university chapel chimed noonday in the background.
The New Year festival, Nōrūz, is the most joyous and beautiful of Zoroastrian feasts, a spring festival in honour of Rapithwin, the personification of noonday and summer.
East and west are traditionally synonymous with the directions of sunrise and sunset; north and south are determined by the directions of shadows cast by the noonday Sun.
There are moments that recall her Communion labelmate Ben Howard, on his latest album, Noonday Dream, and others that nod to the quiet stoicism of Joni Mitchell and Neil Young.
I recently wrote at more length about how "The Noonday Demon," described as "An Atlas of Depression ," helped deepen my understanding and awareness of mental health and depression.
Photographers can work with the blazing light of the noonday sun, the silvery illumination of a foggy day, the soft lighting of an overcast sky, or the dramatic hues and shadows of a sunset.
William Styron wasn’t able to write “Darkness Visible” when he was clinically depressed; Andrew Solomon had to get over his depression to be able to write his marvellous book “The Noonday Demon.”
On Noonday Dream, he expands on the Cornish landscape that impacted his earlier work and brings in sounds and instruments that spark the imagination for places further afield, in the most exquisite way
The Noonday Demon is formidably well researched: Solomon has a particularly keen touch with quotations and the testimony of others, building up a rich polylogue where other writers have settled for stark midnight soliloquy.
The topographical part of his work shows his fondness for the wonders of nature: the signs that herald the approach of an earthquake; the tides; the icebound seas of the north; and the noonday sun, which at the summer solstice casts no shadow at Syene (Aswān), Egypt.
A few times he indulged in the literal side of the formulation, pictured the arc of the executioner’s blade, its glint in the noonday sun, and Isaac’s shaved head plopping into a basket, his final physical sensation slightly splintered wicker pressed against his cheek.
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