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Colet

John. ?1467--1519, English humanist and theologian; founder of St. Paul's School, London (1509)
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32) In the same context, but originating from earlier, "A short debate concerning the distress, alarm, and sorrow of Jesus," Disputatiuncula de tediopavore tristicia lesu (1503), dedicated to Colet, plays on a reaction from Colet and Erasmus' answer to it.
Yet when Erasmus argues with Colet, he is prosecuting a general Christological point: He reminds Colet of Christ's two natures and corresponding two wills, divine and human, and how "the Church has stamped its authority so firmly on this theory of the two wills that anyone who thinks differently is branded a heretic.
St Paul's has pledged its full co-operation to the inquiry and letters have been sent to parents of boys at St Paul's and Colet Court and also to ex-pupils.
Doggett asked Andrew in 1967 whether he and Tim would write an end-of-term concert piece for the preparatory school, Colet Court.
J'ai rempoigne la Bovary avec rage," Flaubert wrote to Louis Bouilhet two months after the end of his relationship with Louise Colet, the woman who had been lover, correspondent, and--perhaps most importantly--rival writer in Flaubert's eyes until the couple separated definitively in 1854.
Net soos Colet van Velden in Etienne Leroux se beroemde ontwikkelingsroman, Die eerste lewe van Colet, is die hoofpersoon hier 'n sensitiewe buitestaander, lewe ook 'n "dubbellewe" (72), tewens enigste kind en ook verskeurd tussen onversoenbaarhede: hier tussen hemel/ hel; die Duiwel en God; die goor werklikheid van 'n armoedige bestaan binne 'n disfunksionele gesin en die heerlike verbeeldingsbestaan verteenwoordig deur drome.
1968 Rice & Lloyd Webber's 20-minute pop oratorio "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" premieres at Colet Court School.
And although Flaubert once wrote to Louise Colet that he was "'a man.
Por ultimo, no se puede dejar de lado la relacion tormentosa e intermitente de Flaubert con Louise Colet, una mujer que podria perfilar el caracter de Emma Bovary.
As he points out, for years it was assumed that Flaubert's sexual experience was limited to an intermittent affair with the poetess Louise Colet.
Everything Measurable Passes" (Gustave Flaubert to Louise Colet, August 9, 1846)
A veces me digo que las cartas que le mandaba a Louise Colet, su amante de Paris, actriz conocida y poeta mediocre, narrando lo que habian sido esas jornadas de trabajo furibundo, son mejores que las novelas en si mismas.