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" For instance ," said Dr. Joseph Merlino, Senior Editor of the book Freud at 150: 21st Century Essays on a Man of Genius, " that ... I'm a cross-dresser and I don't want to keep it confined to my circle of friends, or my party circle, and I want to take that to my wife and I don't understand why she doesn't accept it, or I take it to my office and I don't understand why they don't accept it, then it's become a problem because it's interfering with my relationships and environment.
In view of the success of her novels, particularly Jane Eyre, Charlotte was persuaded by her publisher to visit London occasionally, where she revealed her true identity and began to move in a more exalted social circle, becoming friends with Harriet Martineau and Elizabeth Gaskell, and acquainted with William Makepeace Thackeray and G. H. Lewes.
Alice Chambers Bunten wrote in her Life of Alice Barnham that, upon their descent into debt, she actually went on trips to ask for financial favours and assistance from their circle of friends.
His circle of associates, friends and lovers included Kenneth Anger, Pablo Picasso, Jean Hugo, Jean Marais, Henri Bernstein, Marlene Dietrich, Coco Chanel, Erik Satie, María Félix, Édith Piaf and Raymond Radiguet.
While in Rome during the winter of 1820-21, Severn wrote numerous letters about Keats to their mutual friends in England, in particular William Haslam and Charles Armitage Brown, who then shared them with other members of the Keats circle, including the poet's fiancée, Fanny Brawne.
In the days of the mission to Bruges Owtred still belonged to Wycliffe's circle of friends.
He kept his photographic work within his circle of friends, and it was not shared with the public in his lifetime.
After Tanaka brings him into his circle of friends ( all of them being otaku, too: a female illustrator, an information geek, a martial artist, and a weapons collector ), Kubo soon makes the wish to become the Otaking, the King of all the otaku.
When the king said that he would call his friends into council and consider what he ought to do, Popilius drew a circle in the sand around the king's feet with the stick he was carrying and said, " Before you step out of that circle give me a reply to lay before the senate.
Following Shiki's death, in the Taishō period Saito Mokichi and his friends formed a poetry circle, Araragi, that praised the Man ' yōshū.
Literate and funny, he made a wide circle of friends in New York City.
While studying in Toronto he met a wide circle of friends, many of whom became prominent.
" Her circle of friends in the New York art world has included Kate Millett, Nam June Paik, Dan Richter, Jonas Mekas, Merce Cunningham, Judith Malina, Erica Abeel, Fred DeAsis, Peggy Guggenheim, Betty Rollin, Shusaku Arakawa, Adrian Morris, Stefan Wolpe, Keith Haring, and Andy Warhol, as well as Maciunas and Young.
Griffith said, " Over the years, I began to expand Zippy's circle of friends beyond my usual cast of characters to a wider world of people like Zippy -- other pinheads.
Willow plays an integral role within the inner circle of friends — called the Scooby Gang — who support Buffy Summers, a teenager gifted with superhuman powers to defeat vampires, demons, and other evil in the fictional town of Sunnydale.
For a while, he maintained a circle of contacts and emigré friends from Russia, but he eventually found that this did not sustain his intellectual and professional life.
Through Savigny and his circle of friends — German romantics such as Clemens Brentano and Ludwig Achim von Arnim — the Grimms were introduced to the ideas of Johann Gottfried Herder, who felt that German literature should return to what he defined as Volkspoesie ( natural poetry ) as opposed to Kunstpoesie ( artistic poetry ).
However he is likely the most loyal of friends despite being a bit on the outer fringe of the circle.
Bess had been part of his circle of friends for a number of years.
Among these friends were Enevold Brandt and Count Schack Carl Rantzau, leader of a circle of followers of the Enlightenment, who treated Struensee as his protégé.
Fort also had a small circle of literary friends and they would gather on occasion at various apartments, including his own, to drink and talk which was tolerated by Anna.
Other portraits were of his own friends, like Castiglione, or the immediate Papal circle.
Polanski's circle of friends included people he had known since his youth in Poland such as Wojciech Frykowski and Frykowski's girlfriend, coffee heiress Abigail Folger.

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Progressing rapidly to numerous collaborations on films at Cinecittà, his circle of professional acquaintances widened to include novelist Vitaliano Brancati and scriptwriter Piero Tellini.
The paintings from this arrangement were thus different from his previous depictions of friends and lovers in that they were funded by Zborowski either for his own collection, as a favor to his friend, or with an eye to their " commercial potential ", rather than originating from the artist's personal circle of acquaintances.
His many other verses show his concern for his family, friends, teachers and circle of well-to-do acquaintances, and his delight in the technical handling of meter.
James's correspondents included celebrated contemporaries like Robert Louis Stevenson, Edith Wharton and Joseph Conrad, along with many others in his wide circle of friends and acquaintances.
Elgar dedicated the piece to " my friends pictured within ", each variation being an affectionate portrayal of one of his circle of close acquaintances.
Ma Tint Tint was active in the YWCA and on hearing that Narayanan was a student of Laski, approached him to speak on political freedom before her circle of acquaintances.
Outgoing and social, he possessed a large circle of friends and acquaintances, many of whom became clients.
::( 1 ) to perform or display it at a place open to the public or at any place where a substantial number of persons outside of a normal circle of a family and its social acquaintances is gathered ; or
In the United Kingdom, social status has historically been linked less directly to wealth than in the United States, and has also been judged by pointers such as accent, manners, place of education, occupation and the class of a person's family, circle of friends and acquaintances.
Notwithstanding his prodigious financial accomplishments, Killam was a very reserved man who eschewed publicity and was virtually unknown outside a small circle of close acquaintances.
The then leader of the main American Trotskyist party, Joseph Hansen, was later accused by Trotsky's followers as being " a double agent of the FBI and the GPU " and of having assisted Mercader to penetrate Trotsky's inner circle of friends and acquaintances, an accusation Hansen denied.
In the mid-1970s, he acquired a Hasselblad medium-format camera and began taking photographs of a wide circle of friends and acquaintances, including artists, composers, and socialites.
Joining Throckmorton's circle of close acquaintances during the second season ( September 1942 ) are Richard Q. Peavey ( Richard LeGrand ), the friendly neighborhood pharmacist, whose nasal-voiced delivery and famous catchphrase, " Well, now, I wouldn't say that!
Victor Hugo, during his exile in Jersey, took an interest in the language and numbered some Jèrriais writers among his circle of acquaintances and supporters.
He corresponded with a large circle of acquaintances, and a collection of his letters by Selmi appeared in Venice ( 2 vols., 1789 ); another by Ceruti in Modena ( 1885 ).
Jacques Attali then enlarged his circle of acquaintances to Raymond Barre, Jacques Delors, Philippe Séguin, Jean-Luc Lagardère, Antoine Riboud, Michel Serres, Coluche.
Vanauken's circle of Oxford acquaintances includes other recognizable names as well, including Catholic priest Julian Stead, who went on to author books of religious poetry and a noted text on St. Benedict's rule of life.
Many of the letters are notes extending to a few lines only, addressed to a wide circle of relations, friends, and acquaintances.
Despite the breakup, Steve Took's Horns had made a considerable impression on Took's circle of acquaintances.
However, the founders of Sanditon must create the town within their own circle of intimate acquaintances before it may be spread to the world.
Among his circle of acquaintances were the newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst, author Djuna Barnes ( to whom he was engaged ), and actor Charlie Chaplin.
Out in the World-Selected Letters of Jane Bowles 1935-1970, edited by Millicent Dillon ( Black Sparrow Press, Santa Barbara, 1985 ), contains a number of references to LaTouche, and his circle of friends and acquaintances.
* Military Meaning 2: A person who is accepted by a Special Forces or Airborne Infantry / Ranger platoon or team into their closed circle of trusted friends and acquaintances, and is included as an honorary member of the group – mostly during social gatherings however.
In Affectionate Remembrance of ENGLISH CRICKET, which died at the Oval on 29th AUGUST, 1882, Deeply lamented by a large circle of sorrowing friends and acquaintances R. I. P.

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