4 edition of The Lorgnette found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
|Contributions||Ik Marvel (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||326|
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Julie A. Buckler's The Literary Lorgnette: Attending Opera in Imperial Russia is a valuable addition to our understanding of the development of Russian culture during the nineteenth century. The central thrust of her argument is that western opera--including its plots, characters, and performers--was an extremely important component of Russian. La Lorgnette's dam was The Temptress, a daughter of the British Triple Crown champion Nijinsky who was also bred at Windfields Farm. She was trained by Macdonald Benson. Racing career. La Lorgnette raced at age two with her best result a win in the Natalma : Windfields Farm.
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The word lorgnette is derived from the French lorgner, to take a sidelong look at, and Middle French, from lorgne, squinting. They became popularized by Englishman George Adams when he designed a practical case meant to be carried in the pocket.
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lorgnette synonyms, lorgnette pronunciation, lorgnette The Lorgnette book, English dictionary definition of lorgnette. lorgnette n. A pair of eyeglasses or opera glasses with a short handle. n a pair of spectacles or opera glasses mounted on a handle n.
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Throughout, the book is enriched with examples and anecdotes about performers, spectators, and. How to pronounce lorgnette. How to say lorgnette. Listen to the audio pronunciation in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
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The book is the Mahabharata, mostly the same, but from Panchali’s point of.Lorgnette definition: a pair of spectacles or opera glasses mounted on a handle | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.TY - BOOK TI - The Literary Lorgnette: Attending Opera in Imperial Russia AU - Buckler, Julie A.
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