Green Lamp

Green Lamp

 

a Russian literary-political circle that existed in St. Petersburg in 1819–20. The group was founded by the Decembrists S. P. Trubetskoi and la. N. Tolstoi, along with the theater and literature enthusiast N. V. Vsevolozhskii. Among the members of the group, which numbered about 20, were F. N. Glinka, A. S. Pushkin, A. A. DeFvig, and A. D. Ulybyshev. At the circle’s meetings poetry, theatrical reviews, historical and political articles (many of which were directed against the tsar), and anacreontic lyrics were read and discussed. The members of the Green Lamp fought for freedom, equality, and the destruction of tyranny. Poems of Pushkin and Glinka and the article of Ulybyshev “Dream” express most vividly the political views of the circle. Green Lamp is immortalized in Pushkin’s letter to la. N. Tolstoi of Sept. 26, 1822.

REFERENCES

Modzalevskii, B. L. “K istorii ‘Zelenoi lampy.’ “In Dekabristy i ikh vremia, vol. 1. Moscow, 1928.
Tomashevskii, B. V. Pushkin, kn. I (1813–1824). Moscow-Leningrad, 1956.
References in classic literature ?
The green lamp is lighted, his reading-glasses lie upon the desk, the easy-chair is wheeled up to it, and it would seem as though he had intended to bestow an hour or so upon these claims on his attention before going to bed.
A tiny pump-rod wheezing and whining to itself beside a sputtering green lamp.
In addition to the new UV-A lamps, all Insectron systems can also be fitted with a separate green lamp.
The Rabbit III is used to measure both BBT and IC, displaying the results by the illumination of either a red lamp indicating the woman is ovulating or a green lamp indicating the woman is not ovulating.
It's a capsule of intricate white crown molding and glowing green lamps that resembles a fantasy reading world.
Now I've got a whole bunch of green lamps I can't sell.
The sleeves, which are very easy to fit and remove, have a transparency of 99% for UV-A lamps and 100% for green lamps (both these types of lamps are commonly used in Insectrons).