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His sacrifice which  lacks religious motivation 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 Becket's 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
commitment  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


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
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
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.