Irene


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Irene

(aɪˈriːnɪ)
n
1. (Biography) ?752–803 ad, Byzantine ruler (780–90, 792–97, joint ruler with her son Constantine VI; 797–802). She is venerated as a saint in the Greek Orthodox Church
2. (Classical Myth & Legend) Greek myth the goddess of peace
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References in classic literature ?
The tragedy called Irene which Johnson had brought with him to London was at length after twelve years produced by Garrick, who had by that time become a famous actor.
The story of Irene is one of the fall of Constantinople in 1453.
It was not that he felt any emotion akin to love for Irene Adler.
"The facts are briefly these: Some five years ago, during a lengthy visit to Warsaw, I made the acquaintance of the well-known adventuress, Irene Adler.
where lies(Her easement open to the skies) Irene, with her Destinies!
1928, and it was in the same year that he formed the disastrous love attachment for Irene Tackley.
Then came the murder of Irene Tackley, six days before her contemplated marriage with Sherbourne.
I was in this despondency when a sudden recollection of Irene and Mrs.
Athelny for some fantastic reason took it into his head to discourse upon Byzantine history; he had been reading the later volumes of the Decline and Fall; and, his forefinger dramatically extended, he poured into the astonished ears of the suitor scandalous stories about Theodora and Irene. He addressed himself directly to his guest with a torrent of rhodomontade; and the young man, reduced to helpless silence and shy, nodded his head at intervals to show that he took an intelligent interest.
Irene Burgoyne, one of her family, told me in confidence that there was a romance somewhere back in the beginning.
The Demoiselle Irene Dewlap, of South Astolat, is visiting her uncle, the popular host of the Cattlemen's Board- ing House, Liver Lane, this city.
A little later Garrick, who had risen very much more rapidly and was now manager of Drury Lane theater, gave him substantial help by producing his early play 'Irene,' a representative pseudo-classical tragedy of which it has been said that a person with a highly developed sense of duty may be able to read it through.