GAUTIER (THEOPHILE), poete et critique francais (1811-1872).
A strong Russophile party formed itself in the army; on the night of August 21, 1886, some officers of this party, who were the most capable in the Bulgarian army, appeared at Sofia, forced Alexander to resign, and abducted him; they put him on board his yacht on the Danube and escorted him to the Russian town of Reni, in Bessarabia; telegraphic orders came from St. Petersburg, in answer to inquiries, that he could proceed with haste to western Europe, and on August 26 he found himself at Lemberg.
Ostrovsky had now been affected by the Slavophile school of writers and thinkers, who found in the traditions of Russian society treasures of kindliness and love that they contrasted with the superficial glitter of Western civilization.
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I have been asked to gossip about my books, for I also am a bibliophile.
(1 and 2 combined) Philosophy, philanthropy, Philadelphia, bibliophile, Anglophile.
Bombastes Furioso (The French), capitaine Fracasse.--Theophile Gautier.
"The Sharing", 1914; translator of the poems of Th/eophile Gautier, "The Shadow of Aetna", 1914; "The Story of Eleusis: A Lyrical Drama", 1916.
The character of Eriphile 113.
Euriphile, Thou wast their nurse; they took thee for their mother, And every day do honour to her grave.
There some of thine own people may be seen, Antigone, Deiphile and Argia, And there Ismene mournful as of old.
At nine years old they had imaginations of climbing to Heaven to see what the gods were doing; they thought to make stairs of mountains, and were for piling Ossa upon Olympus, and setting Pelion upon that, and had perhaps performed it, if they had lived till they were striplings; but they were cut off by death in the infancy of their ambitious project.--Phaedra was there, and Procris, and Ariadne, mournful for Theseus's desertion, and Maera, and Clymene, and Eryphile, who preferred gold before wedlock faith.
Here are some revealing excerpts from an especially vivid hacker manifesto: "The Techno-Revolution" by "Dr. Crash," which appeared in electronic form in Phrack Volume 1, Issue 6, Phile 3.
The international ramifications of a sordid paedophile ring is exposed, following the conviction of Freddy Peats, a German national involved in the abuse and traffic of Goa's under-age.
These, however, we had laughed at as fabrications of a Prussophile press agency, and in our skepticism we had failed to give the Teutons credit for the successes they had actually won.