Bacchanalian Famous Quotes & Sayings

6 Bacchanalian Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Once more they had left their own time for another age. The age of Bellman, the bacchanalian 18th-century poet.Henning Mankell Bacchanalian Sayings By Henning Mankell: Once more they had left their own time for another age. The age of Bellman,
The true is thus the bacchanalian whirl in which no member is not drunken; and because each, as soon as it detaches itself, dissolves immediately - the whirl is just as much transparent and simple repose.Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Bacchanalian Sayings By Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: The true is thus the bacchanalian whirl in which no member is not drunken; and
No vivacious Bacchanalian flame leaped out of the pressed grape of Monsieur Defarge: but, a smouldering fire that burnt in the dark lay hidden in the dregs of it.Charles Dickens Bacchanalian Sayings By Charles Dickens: No vivacious Bacchanalian flame leaped out of the pressed grape of Monsieur Defarge: but, a
Jaweh is clearly not a Nature-God. He does not die and come to life each year as a true Corn-king should. He may give wine and fertility, but must not be worshipped with Bacchanalian or aphrodisiac rites.C.S. Lewis Bacchanalian Sayings By C.S. Lewis: Jaweh is clearly not a Nature-God. He does not die and come to life each
There are rumors about the depraved and perverted practices of the pulchritudinous protestant puritan plutocratic penis-people priesthood, of shadowy bacchanalian polyamorous practices ... I suspect, to be blunt, someone was blackmailing him.Charles Stross Bacchanalian Sayings By Charles Stross: There are rumors about the depraved and perverted practices of the pulchritudinous protestant puritan plutocratic
Hang care!' exclaimed he. 'This is, a delicious evening; the wine has a finer relish here than in the house, and the song is more exciting and melodious under the tranquil sky than in the close room, where sound is stifled. Come, let us have a bacchanalian chant - let us, with old Sir Toby, make the welkin dance, and rouse the night-owl with a catch. I am right merry. Pass the bottle, and tune your voices - a catch, a catch! The lights will be here anon.'

("The Haunted House Of Paddington")
Charles Ollier Bacchanalian Sayings By Charles Ollier: Hang care!' exclaimed he. 'This is, a delicious evening; the wine has a finer relish