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Brummell

George Bryan, called Beau Brummell. 1778--1840, English dandy: leader of fashion in the Regency period
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I skipped going to Royal Ascot this dandy Brummell year and watched it on TV before taking Wednesday out to go to Uttoxeter instead.
For anyone interested in Dandyism, however, Ellen Moers's The Dandy: Brummell to Beerbohm [1960] remains unsurpassed, being both scholarly and as witty and elegant as the subject itself.
Em 1845, Barbey D'Aurevilly escreve Do dandismo e de George Brummell, texto que homenageia a personagem inglesa como exemplo estetico e cultural.
El dandi Brummell no puede soportar que alguien, en vez de mirarle a el, se fije en su chaqueta o en su vestido, no acepta que prevalezca la apariencia; es mas, quiere que la apariencia y el ser se confundan y se identifiquen.
A segunda secao do artigo descreve a emergencia das formas modernas de exibicao de si mesmo, recorrendo ao exemplo paradigmatico da figura do dandi "Beau" Brummell.
London, October 16 ( ANI ): David Bowie has been named the best dressed Brit of all time by the BBC History Magazine, beating Elizabeth 1 and Beau Brummell.
The Shikar Club is not the only exclusive society for adventurers, but as Eloise Napier wrote recently in Brummell magazine "These are societies founded on bravery, endurance, imagination and a touch of madness.
Barny Brummell, Business Development Manager at Hitec comments: “Increasing demands of statutory and regulatory legislation are proving a real challenge for the Insurance community.
Para confirmar la expresion especifica de las expansinas en la maduracion de frutos, Brummell et al.
Le dandysme et Marcel Proust, de Brummell au Baron de Charlus.
She did not have to enter into the consciousness of Beau Brummell, for instance, in order to capture the appeal and pathos of this improbable historical character.
Each attracted a certain type of clientele based on occupation or attitude, for example, Tories and Whigs, merchants and lawyers, booksellers and authors, or men of fashion like the well-known Dandy Beau Brummell.