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spoilers! ANSWERS TO PALE FIRE CLASS NOTES When referring to Sybil Shade, he uses the word "passim" e.g. = for example i.e. = that is Viz = (from a time when monks copy Latin) vide licit Vide = see, licit = allow, let --- vide licit - let the reader go see Really means "namely" It's a  really  emphatic I.E. q.v. = quid vide - literally means "look up" Passim - it happens all over the place, just look it up In some indexes, when you have a term that crops up in passim everywhere, you use this  term Kinbote is so disinterested in Sybil that he just sticks her in passive   Sosed is a Russian word meaning "neighbor" "There was a powerful neighboring country named 'neighbor'"   Page 74 - he starts putting himself into the poem by making up two lines that were never in the  draft   Gradus - means "a step," that's why we call them grades (A, B, C, D, F)
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course ENGL 030 taught by Professor Wright,elizabeth during the Fall '07 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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