Photographers snapped him, he was besieged by reporters, women's clubs throughout the land passed resolutions condemning him and his immoral theories; and on the floor of the California Assembly, while discussing the state appropriation to the University, a motion demanding the expulsion
of Gluck was made under threat of withholding the appropriation--of course, none of his persecutors had read the book; the twisted newspaper version of only three lines of it was enough for them.
As he pulled and tugged and wrenched, he kept exclaiming with every expulsion
of breath, "Beasts
such an enemy Is risen to invade us, who no less Threatens than our expulsion
down to Hell.
In a few hot and bitter words, he compared their false brother's exit to the expulsion
of our first parents from the garden, and more than hinted that unless a reformation occurred some others of the community might find themselves in the same evil and perilous case.
He is more inclined to believe that the expulsion
of the foe from England was synchronous with widespread victories by the allies upon the continent, and that the people of England merely emigrated from their ruined cities and their devastated, blood-drenched fields to the mainland, in the hope of finding, in the domain of the conquered enemy, cities and farms which would replace those they had lost.
I should have requested an interview (if you had not sent for me) for the express purpose of claiming this person's immediate expulsion
from the house.
As I approached nearer and nearer they frequently made their peculiar noise, which is a low abrupt grunt, not having much actual sound, but rather arising from the sudden expulsion
of air: the only noise I know at all like it, is the first hoarse bark of a large dog.
This event happened previous to the expulsion
of the tyrant Christiern the Second from Sweden.
But shall our superintendence go no further, and are the poets only to be required by us to express the image of the good in their works, on pain, if they do anything else, of expulsion
from our State?
I fell at last under the censure of the vice-chancellor, and very narrowly escaped expulsion
Well, one night he was over-bold, and within an ace of ignominious expulsion
in the hey-day of his fame.
You force me to remind you," he said, "of a certain decree - a decree of expulsion
passed five years ago, and of which I presume due notification was given to you.
A simple expulsion
from the University (the very least that could happen to him), with an impossibility to continue his studies anywhere, was enough to ruin utterly a young man depending entirely upon the development of his natural abilities for his place in the world.
We have seen the account of the expulsion
of James R.
Being a boy of fourteen, cheaply educated at Brussels when his sister's expulsion
befell, it was some little time before he heard of it--probably from herself, for the mother was dead; but that I don't know.