Expressive of the dominant force in the act, which is usually the male one, but with the female one present under repression or voluntary yield. From the seventies onward her “will” begins to dominate. “Will” stands primarily for the strong intent and selfabsorption of each partner with means and methods to arrive at his or her own requitement. How complicate the attainment of the willful purpose can be she expounds in poem 1618, which is one of her typical arrays of a few terms in a very involve statement, the meaning of which is not always easily ascertained, since the premisses are obscured.