tongues" — by pairing classic quotations with urgent images. What recent news items inspired these textual/visual sets? Leave your guesses in the comments, and check back next Wednesday for the answers.

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By James Rickman
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A weekly series that explores a featured theme — this month, it's "tongues" — by pairing classic quotations with urgent images. What recent news items inspired these textual/visual sets? Leave your guesses in the comments, and check back next Wednesday afternoon for the answers.

Image: marketplace.org

Image: marketplace.org

"What kind of Christmas present would Jesus ask Santa for?" 
—Salman Rushide (from Fury)

Image: theatlantic.com

Image: theatlantic.com

“Foxes are all tail, and women all tongue.”
—Jean de la Fontaine

Image: usatoday.com

Image: usatoday.com

"History does not merely touch on language, but takes place in it."
—Theodor Adorno

Image: Huffington Post

Image: Huffington Post

"You have spoken truer than you purpos'd."
—William Shakespeare (from The Tempest)

Image: The Daily Beast

Image: The Daily Beast

“There's been a concerted effort to steal Christmas.”
—Jerry Falwell

See the connections? Write your guesses below — and feel free to leave your own "tongues" quotes — and check in next Wednesday to find the headlines that inspired these pairings.

Answers to last week's ISAV ("Ghost Sex"):