Oxonian

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Oxonian

1. of or relating to Oxford or Oxford University
2. a member of Oxford University
3. an inhabitant or native of Oxford
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Linda Dowling provides some compelling suggestions with her Hellenism and Homosexuality in Victorian Oxford, an engaging and elegantly presented discussion of the rise of Oxonian homosexual discourse.
As long as Oxonians don't founder miserably once there, they are well positioned for the plunge back into the real world.
What is unusual but pleasing is that those in charge issued questionnaires to Oxonians to gather together stories of individual experiences of Oxford life.
Among the most versatile of the contemporary literary Oxonians is Lawrence Wells, author of two energetic and compelling novels - Rommel and the Rebel (1986) and Let the Band Play Dixie (1987); writer of numerous magazine articles; editor of three volumes of illustrated sports history and an annotated collection of photographs of William Faulkner's family and cultural heritage; and co-owner (with his wife, Dean, niece of William and John Faulkner) of Yoknapatawpha Press, publisher of an impressive variety of books ranging from an American writers' cookbook to several collections of cerebral modern poetry.
True, Morris' beloved Kelmscott Manor was just upriver and he venerated the architectural palimpsest of Oxford's historical past, but he also confronted the Oxonian establishment more than once, as an opponent of architectural "restoration," and as an avowed socialist and defender of the Socialist Democratic Federation.
NEW YORK, April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The Oxonian Society announces that former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, The Rt.
The Oxonian Society Gala promises a rare opportunity to interact and debate with a prominent world leader.
NEW YORK, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 28th, Newt Gingrich, one of the GOP's most renowned and outspoken right-wing conservatives, will share insights from his most recent New York Times best-selling book, "Winning The Future: A 21st Century Contract with America" in an intimate speaking engagement hosted by the Oxonian Society.
com, Lisa Roberts-Lehan, Oxonian Society, Public Relations.
com or by contacting Lisa Roberts-Lehan, Oxonian Society, Public Relations, on 917-941-1658.
On January 24, 2005 the Oxonian Society welcomes, by special engagement, an icon of our times, the legendary James Earl Jones.
WHAT: Gary Bloom, chairman, president and CEO of VERITAS Software Corporation , will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Oxonian Society event in New York City.