male aristocrat

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Noun1.male aristocrat - a man who is an aristocratmale aristocrat - a man who is an aristocrat    
aristocrat, blue blood, patrician - a member of the aristocracy
cavalier, chevalier - a gallant or courtly gentleman
knight - originally a person of noble birth trained to arms and chivalry; today in Great Britain a person honored by the sovereign for personal merit
noble, nobleman, Lord - a titled peer of the realm
Sir - a title used before the name of knight or baronet
female aristocrat - a woman who is an aristocrat
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The novel featured Schnitzler's favored plotlinean affair between a male aristocrat and a lower class womanbut also vividly addressed contemporary anti-Semitism in the city over which Hitler's hero, Karl Lueger, had presided as mayor.
There have been conjectures over time by Rowse and others, much of it concerned with Shakespeare's 'Dark Lady' who certainly eased the minds of those who found a female dedicatee less troubling than the homosexual relations implied by a young equally beautiful male aristocrat.
Whether the male aristocrat's mistress was a noblewoman or a performer, the affair certainly remained a display of patriarchal power.
Feeling the pressure to explain my own reading, I admit that I once studied the dandy as a nineteenth-century counter-revolutionary type, the male aristocrat (or would-be aristocrat) creating a role for himself in a society that had no use for him: the "out-of-work Hercules" as Baudelaire called him.
According to Jennifer Jones, the conventional image of the shopper in old regime France was the male aristocrat who frequented boutiques in search of erotic excitement from female retailers, and only incidentally purchased clothes and trinkets.
Stead introduced a "New journalism" which featured a monstrous minotaur who, representing the male aristocrat, preyed on helpless young street girls.
Instead, she represented the voice of educated middle-class Siamese women who wanted to liberate themselves from traditional roles and the social expectations created by male aristocrats.