Another nuisance was the atmosphere of Royalism, of Legitimacy, that pervaded the room, thin as air, intangible, as though no Legitimist of flesh and blood had ever existed to the man's mind except perhaps myself.
I was convinced that this man of forms and ceremonies and fanatical royalism was perfectly heartless.
Some one seized his arm in the very height of his expansive royalism
and members of his family, traced among the branches of a weeping willow with other sentimentalities invented by royalism during the Terror,--in spite of his ruins, the chevalier, trimming his beard before a shabby old toilet-table, draped with trumpery lace, exhaled an essence of the eighteenth century.
A man ruined by the First Consul interested the town of Alencon, to which he now returned, where royalism was secretly dominant.
The duke left the royal presence with the speed of a young man; his really sincere royalism
made him youthful again.
Fanaticism has raised every passion; royalism
has not yet given up its hopes, and terrorism feels bolder than ever.
At that moment, there is news that Napoleon has won the Battle of Marengo, which is considered a defeat for royalism
In her reprinted essay, "Katherine Philips and the Post-Courtly Coterie" (41-63), Catherine Gray argues that Philips's Royalism
is colored by her proto-feminism.
And what is true for the study of English royalism
is even more the case for the Scottish and Irish brands.
While Ferrara does not say so, the length of the spell of dictatorship in Thailand since 22 May 2014 may be due to the effective collapse of royalism
as viable ideology and to the attempt to replace it with a fascinating and obscene experiment in praetorianism.
has come to be a part of the daily life of many people.