panegyric


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Synonyms for panegyric

Synonyms for panegyric

Synonyms for panegyric

a formal expression of praise

formally expressing praise

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Chapter 3 ("Texts and Translations") contains the core of the book: the critical edition and facing-page English translation of the Panegyric on Abraham of Farshut (Codex GC), On Abraham of Farshut (Codex GC), and an excerpt concerning Abraham from the Panegyric on Manasse (Codex GB).
Caesar, the programmatic subject of the panegyric, had evolved into an elegiac Augustus.
One of the main distinctions between political panegyric and women's laments was a tendency for male poets to write in some depth of overtly political and military matters.
The thread that unites the essays is Pushkin--here glorified as Russia's "national poet"--a slighly panegyric note that seems out of place against the serious, scholarly tone of the artices; but the articles, with the exception of the last, are all of a comparative nature, relating Pushkin to other writers and traditions.
But the first reference in print to the name was in the Earl of Rochester's 1665 poem entitled "A Panegyric upon Cundum".
Frankfurter's contribution is a nuanced bit of historical detection, convincingly untangling the authentic recollections of long-lost traditional Egyptian ("pagan") religious practices from the hagiographical commonplaces in the seventh-century Panegyric on Macarius of Tkow as relating to the cult of Kothos.
Dann wears his admiration for Groves on his sleeve, and this book has the resulting strengths and weaknesses of a panegyric.
And all of these changes are in one way or another linked with his name," Mikhalkov intones in the film, leading one critic to compare it to a 1976 panegyric to former Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev.
What reinforced this aspiration was not only its border location but also its fortune in being the birth place of Henry V, of whom a seven foot and two inches high statue was placed by the corporation in a niche on the exterior of the shire hall in 1792, (40) and whose exploits against the perfidious French earned the following panegyric in a contemporary poem; "A King, whose dazzling banners o'er proud Gaul/ Victorious wav'd--whose deeds puissant fir'd/ With patriot zeal each freeborn Briton's breast,/ And stampt on Monmouth that ennobling badge,/ Which, from the plains of blood-dy'd Agincourt,/ He, dauntless warrior, won
An icy clarity recalls Debord's autobiographical text Panegyric, but with a more advanced, third-person sense of detachment from all he has lived and will soon leave behind.
An 18th century etching shows the abbe Fauchet delivering a panegyric before thousands of mourners at the Hallaux-Bles in Paris.
Lillie's book aims to provide a counterbalance to the idealized vision of country life suggested by Renaissance pastoral poetry and humanist panegyric, and to the more ambiguous, and sometimes farcical, view of rural society to be found in the novella.
another insipid panegyric to the Enlightenment project.
Is the phrase a qualification or a panegyric of Noah.
6) In this folio, the epistle to Egerton is placed immediately after the Panegyric Congratulatory that Daniel wrote to King James at his accession (he presented the poem to the king in an autograph manuscript on 23 April).