She had heard of the indignation in the town, and knew that some of the populace was getting up a sort of charivari
with music, that verses had been composed for the occasion, and that the rest of Pavlofsk society more or less encouraged these preparations.
I see her yet in her raging passions, when we had driven her to extremities--spilt our tea, crumbled our bread and butter, tossed our books up to the ceiling, and played a charivari
with the ruler and desk, the fender and fire-irons.
Ah," interrupted Morcerf, laughing, "Beauchamp, Beauchamp, keep that for the Corsaire or the Charivari
, but spare my future father-in-law before me.
After all, charivari
comes from a Greek word 'karebaria,' which means headache, something we associate too with karaokes.
Caption: The Last Meeting of the Ex-Ministers; after the lithograph by Daumier published in Le Charivari
shortly after the revolution of 1848
outrage local youths by breaking the norms of women's dependence upon men and by their independent sexual stance and are visited, in consequence, with a "charivari
"--a scapegoating carnivalesque ritual, usually carried out by young men against those whom they feel have broken the customs of courtship and sexual duty in the locality: charivari
was a rowdy form of crowd behavior often used against "unruly women," and here it is an overt reminder of patriarchal dominance.
En 1842, el caricaturista frances Paul Gavarni comienza su serie Les enfants terribles en el periodico Le Charivari
Presse par la communaute internationale de retourner a la constitutionnalite en depit du charivari
institutionnel qui plombe la scene politique, le Premier ministre libyen, Abdallah al-Theni, qui vient de former un nouveau cabinet, a prete serment, dimanche dernier, dans la ville de Tobrouk, a l'est du pays, ou sont bases le gouvernement et le Parlement libyens internationalement reconnus.
The name of the style derives from the title of a Claude Monet work, Impression, soleil levant (Impression, Sunrise), which provoked the critic Louis Leroy to coin the term in a satirical review published in the Parisian newspaper Le Charivari
5-metre tall, two-part structure drew enthusiastic applause from both the children and dignitaries in the crowd today when the clock was "woken" from its slumber by a team of Cirque du Soleil stilt acrobats, Brazilian drummers and breakdancers performing a charivari
as two BMX cyclists did tricks around the structure.
He arrived in Paris in 1847 and was taken under the wing of Charles Philipon, caricaturist and editor of satirical newspaper Le Charivari
as well as Le Journal pour rire.
The use of "Paul de Kock" as a brand name for "bad" literature was so engrained in early-July Monarchy culture that on October 11, 1835, Le Charivari
entitled the unrelated compte-rendu of a comical legal case a "Scene a la Paul de Kock.