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His sacrifice which lacks religious motivvation and is inspired only
by purely esthetic considerations.  Henry thrust upon him the office
of Archbishop, which gave him an absolute truth which he could devo-
tedly pursue and serve until his death.  Becket tried to faithfully
play the role of an Archbishop  which he pictured to be the right 
manner in which to defend the honor of God.  In a world which he 
recognised as being corrupt and meaningless, Becket found a meaningful
life by committing himself totally to the defense of God's honor.  
Again, it is to be emphasized that Becket did not love honor for its
own sake, but for the sake of an idea of honor which he created for
himself.  All of Beckets actions were derived only from his own 
concept of what he chose to wholeheartedly follow.  Becket had a 
profound sense of duty, eternal and unconditional, which he remained
completely loyal to until his death, which was brought about by this
loyalty.  Becket lived solely on this idea of fulfilling his role in
defending God's honor as he conceived it to be.  He lived without 
compromise, he continued to only live under the irrevocable commit-
ment to the honor of God.  Becket's credo was to do what is necessary
 when it is necessary.  By following this supreme duty, he made his
life purposeful and his world orderly, of course, only for himself.
Thus, Becket was the hero who remained pure and intransigent in the
midst of corruption and compromise.  This was Anouilh's hero, the man
who clings to his demands of an honor which he choses to die for, a
man who is completely dedicated and committed.
The first rule: Used after these expressions and verbs:
l.  Desire or will.  2.  Doubt.  3.  Denial.  4.  Fear.  5.  Emotion
6.  Orders.  7.  Avoidal.
The useless "ne" is used before fear,doubt and avoidal expressions.
Some verbs:  suggerer que, recommander que, preferer que, tenir a ce 
que, redouter que, eviter que.
The second rule: Used after verbs at the interrogative or the negative.
when there are implications of doubt or of incertitude.  Some verbs:
estimer que, concevoir que.
The third rule: Used always after the verb falloir, etre necessaire, 
and avoir besoin de.  Used after all expressions of necessity or need.
The fourth rule: Used with expressions of subjective opinions or with
pronouns which  preceed superlatives or such.  Some are le premier, le
dernier, le seul, l'unique, etc.
The fifth rule: Used with certain impersonal expressions when it is a
question of doubt, possibility, incertitude or attitude.  Some are 
il est bon, il est possible, il est peu probable, il suffit, il est a
craindre, il est faux, i se peut.
The sixth rule: Used after certain adverbial conjunctions.  Some are
bien que, quoique,  afin que, pour que, de peur que, de crainte que,
avant que, jusqu'a ce que, a moins que, sans que, quoi que, qui que, 
ou que, pourvu que, a condition que and en cas que.  The following
necessitate the indicative:  apres que, des que, aussitot que, ainsi
ue, aussi bien que, autant que, depuis que, puisque, pendant que, 
tandis que, alors que, de meme que, outre que, parce que and vu que.
Some other rules:  Used with expressions of permission, defense, ap-
proval, disapproval, consent and prevention.  Remember to use with
permettre and defendre the constructin infinitive with the I.O.
Je permets a Renee de conduire mon auto.  Use it also after an ante-
cedent which is undefined or negative if the existense is doubted.
Finally, use it when the English "nom verbal or le gerondif" is 
used.  He went out without my seeing him ā‰” Il est sorti sans que 
je ne le voie.  She doesn't like my saying that ā‰” elle n'aime pas
que je dise ca.
Remember also with the sixth rule above that there is a useless
"ne" used after de peur que, de crainte que, avant que, a moins que
and sans que.  


"DE" verbs:   accepter de, accuse de, achever de, arreter de, avertir
de, cesser de, commander de, conseiller de, se contenter de, convaincre
de, craindre de, crier de, decider de, defendre de, demander de, se 
depecher de, s'efforcer de, empecher de, s'empresser de, essayer de, 
eviter de, s'excuser de, feliciter de, finir de, interdire de, jurer de,
manquer de, menacer de, meriter de, negliger de, obtenir de, offrir de,
ordonner de, oublier de, parler de, permettre de, persuader de, se 
presser de, prier de, promettre de, proposer de, refuser de, regretter de,
remercie de, reprocher de, risquer de, soupconner de, tacher de, tenter de, 
venir de.
"A" verbs:  s'accoutumer a, aider a, aimer a, s'amuser a, s'appliquer a,
apprendre a, se borner a, chercher a commencer a, condamner a, consentir
a, consister a, continuer a, decider a, se decider a, demander a, deter-
miner a, se disposer a, exciter a, s'exercer a, forcer a, s'habituer a,
hesiter a, inciter a, inviter a, se mettre a, obliger a, s'occuper a, 
parvenir a, penser a, persister a, se plaire a, se preparer a, provoquer 
a, recommencer a, reduire a, renoncer a, se resigner a, se resoudre a, 
reussir a, servir a, songer a, tarder a, travailler a, viser a.
0 verbs:  aimer, aimer mieux, aller, compter, courir, croire, daigner,
descendre, desirer, detester, devoir, ecouter, entendre, envoyer, esperer,
faillir, faire, falloir, laisser, oser, paraitre, penser, pretendre, 
pouvoir, regarder, rentrer, retourner, savoir, sembler, sentir, souhaiter,
venir, voir, vouloir.
1.  Se verbs: agree! (nous, vous, etc.)    2.  Verb tense: correct?
3.  Is there an indef. antecedent?    4.  Is the indicative required?
5.  Remember the useless ne.    6.  Watch for the agreement of the past
    participle.   7.  Use the infinitive if one is able to.