Phobus


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Phobus

god of dread and alarm. [Gk. Myth.: Kravitz, 14, 84]
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In "An den Phobus Apollo" (To Phoebus Apollo), for example, Karsch sketches the familiar image of Sappho pining for Phaon, but instead of relating to Sappho through the experience of love, Karsch lays claim to Sappho's lyre and laurels and thus emphasizes their common attributes of literary creativity and fame (Gedichte 34-35).
Phobus offers a holster for about $20, and this will make for a great concealment rig in the "good, cheap" arena.
Marquise of O, The Novella by Heinrich von KLEIST, published in 1808 in the literary journal Phobus as Die Marquise von O.
But in 1807 he went to Dresden where, with his friend Adam Muller (1779 - 1829), he founded the periodical Phobus (1808) in which his greatest novella, Michael Kohlhaas, appeared.
In the Phobus (1809) version of Das Kathchen von Heilbronn Kunigunde von Thurneck speaks of allowing her 'Gemu t' or 'Seele' to appear in her apparel rather than being hidden by it (Briefe, 11, 629-30).