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anti-roman French [ɑ̃tirɔmɑ̃]
n pl anti-romans [ɑ̃tirɔmɑ̃]
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) another term for antinovel
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To be sure, statement's are found which are critical of any human dominance, including the Roman Empire, but it seems wrong to interpret Paul comprehensively in terms of anti-Roman struggles.
In her lyric and narrative love poetry, she wrote in well-established verse-forms but developed a wide range of personae and explored sometimes unusual perspectives, with increasing attention to her anti-Ovidian, anti-Roman de la Rose 'revision of the morality of love' (p.
He takes the name from the biblical anti-Roman Judean rebels, The Maccabees.
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