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colet.

Abbreviation for L. coletur, let it be strained.
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However, it becomes hard to dismiss the sexual component of Braithwaite's attraction to Flaubert when he ventriloquizes the role of Louise Colet. "Louise Colet's Version," is the only chapter in the novel where Braithwaite partially abandons his voice as storyteller/narrator and decides to imaginatively tell Flaubert's lover's story in the first person.
Doctrinal and ecclesiological conflicts eventually can be resolved by wise and faithful divines in the model of Colet. But the problem of the incommensurability of Protestant and Catholic worlds which Yonge highlights by her treatment of Dragon and Warwick Courts is beyond the reach of any individual.
She was never allowed to set foot in the house after she married Colet. And probably with good reason'.
On a visit to Paris in 1846, Flaubert met the writer Louise Colet. She became his mistress, but their relationship did not go smoothly, and they parted with great bitterness in 1855.
Also joining the series are Rita Avila, Mina, Raymond Bagatsing, RK Bagatsing, Jane Oineza, Phoebe Walker, Paolo Angeles, Ysabel Ortega, Arlene Muhlach, Eric Nicolas, and Joshua Colet.
. "Le roman pris au piege d'un <<docte>>: Jodelle prefacier de l'Histoire palladienne de Claude Colet." Le roman a la Renaissance, ed.