- of her private
secretary, Sir Henry
Ponsonby, Victoria began
work on a eulogistic biography
of Brown. Ponsonby
Davidson, Dean of Windsor, who...
- Gwanghae-gun or Prince Gwanghae
(4 June 1575 – 7 August
1608–1623) was the fifteenth
king of the Joseon
dynasty. His personal
name was Yi...
- of England
preacher, evangelist, founder
of a eulogistic
poem by Wheatley
her first notoriety
as a poet....
- Kumārasambhava, the display
of his love for Ujjain
in Meghadūta, and his highly eulogistic descriptions
of Kalingan emperor
Hemāngada in Raghuvaṃśa (sixth sarga)...
- The epideictic
oratory, also called ceremonial
oratory, or praise-and-blame rhetoric, is one of the three
branches, or "species" (eidē), of rhetoric
- Wagner's friend
and disciple Friedrich
Nietzsche, who, having published
his eulogistic essay
in Bayreuth" before
as part of his...
Vijaya, Hammira Mahakavya
Raso. These texts contain eulogistic
descriptions, and are, therefore, not entirely
- in the role of Pharaoh, both in his Ecclesiastical History
and in his eulogistic
Life of Constantine. The Crossing
of the Red Sea (Sistine Chapel) The...
- Prithviraja Vijaya
(IAST: Pṛthvīrāja Vijaya, "Prithviraja's Victory") is an eulogistic Sanskrit
epic poem on the life of the Indian Chahamana
- Wales; James, G.P.R. (1822), Hist. of the Life of Edward
and wordy, but useful; in the edition
of 1836 James defends
his work from...