Kuragin was to put her into a troyka he would have ready and to drive her forty miles to the village of Kamenka, where an unfrocked
priest was in readiness to perform a marriage ceremony over them.
villain destroys more venison than half the country besides,' says one keeper; `And is hunting after every shy doe in the country!' quoth a second.
I saw a frail little man with a long, yellow face and sunken fanatical eyes, an Inquisitor, an unfrocked
They are discovered there and stoned to death by local peasants, urged on by an unfrocked
whiskey priest (70).
Logan's "pre-seminary indiscretion would be embarrassing, but scarcely catastrophic," (23) so that Ruth's concern that "Michael might be unfrocked
" is unwarranted.
Marina and Dmitrii were married in the Kremlin on 8 May, but only nine days later Dmitrii was murdered in the course of an uprising against him, and he was officially declared to have been an impostor, the unfrocked
monk Grisha Otrep'ev.
Today, he remains a regular political commentator and has written a number of books on the subject, including Great Parliamentary Scandals, I Couldn't Possibly Comment and The Great Unfrocked
After a month of humiliations, he was about to be unfrocked
, when Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich took his part.
However, during the second half of the Patriarch's speech, beginning with "A cursed unfrocked
monk, son of the devil," the Patriarch's grotesque nature comes back into play, only in a slightly more official manner.
This first glance, he writes, was of someone who looked "like an old, half-starved, out-of-work actor; or like one of those bohemian wrecks who end up in a doss-house when their luck's right out." Du Gard, who was barely thirty at the time, thought Gide resembled "an unfrocked
priest with a bad conscience," his hat, cloak, and detachable collar "frayed and hanging loose." This meeting marked the beginning of a 33-year, presumably platonic friendship, which ended with Gide's death in 1951.
CURACY: Clonard, Co Wexford' ARREST: Garda Sheehy and, right, Doyle' UNFROCKED
: Former priest James Doyle who served in Ferns Diocese