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John del Beyle is a perfon of note, Chartul. f.
A Legacy of Leadership (2008)
Governors and American History by Clayton McClure Brooks
Beyle is a professor emeritus from the Further Resources.
The Literary World (1874)
And yet Beyle is a writer who takes a high rank in France in a department of literature in which France herself excels almost every other country. It is the department in which Rochefoucauld, and Vauvenargues, and Bruyere excelled in one age ...
by Alan L. Mackay
Stendhal [Henri Beyle] 229 128 A close, naked, natural way of speaking; positive expressions, clear senses; a native easiness; bringing all things as near the Mathematical plainness, as they can: and preferring the language of the Artisans, ...
by Robert Heinl, Jr.
Stendhal (Henri Beyle):A Lifeof Napoleon,xlv, 1818 On May 15th, 1796, General Bonaparte entered Milanat the head of that young army which shortly beforehad crossedthe Bridgeat Lodi andtaught the worldthat after all these centuries ...
by Christopher John Murray
STENDHAL (MARIE-HENRI BEYLE) The pseudonym Stendhal conceals the identity of a writer caught between the need for sincerity in literary self- expression and the desire for the privacy that would save him from the embarrassment of ...
A Victor Hugo Encyclopedia (1999)
by John Andrew Frey
Henri Beyle) 249 as the Hugo group sat around the three-legged table, passing the necessary "fluids" from one hand to another. Hugo would then pose questions to the table. Certain knocks would indicate the presence not only of Leopoldine ...
BEYLE, bal, MARIE HENRI.
by William Berry
Beyle, ar. three torteauxes. Beyley. See Bayley. Beyman. See Baymam. Beynclere, [Suffolk,] or, a lion, rampant, gu. collared ar. ( Another, tail forked.) Beynham. See Baynham, Beynton. See Baynton.
A dictionary of the English language. Abstracted from the folio ed., by the author. To which is prefixed, an English grammar. To this ed. are added, a history of the English language [&c.]. (1768)
by Samuel Johnson
Beyle. UNRELIEVED, a. 1. Not succoured. Dryda a .
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