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Brandes

[brahn-des] /ˈbrɑn dɛs/
noun
1.
Georg Morris
[ge-ohrg moh-ris] /gɛˈoʊrg ˈmoʊ rɪs/ (Show IPA),
(Georg Morris Cohen) 1842–1927, Danish historian and literary critic.
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  • Some critics, and among them Dr. Brandes, place it later, and they have some reason for their belief.

    The Man Shakespeare Frank Harris
  • In the play, as Dr. Brandes sees, Antony takes on something of the "artist-nature."

    The Man Shakespeare Frank Harris
  • Brandes rose with an air almost jocular and smote Stull upon the back.

    The Dark Star Robert W. Chambers
  • Brandes tightened his dental grip on his cigar and squinted at him good-humouredly.

    The Dark Star Robert W. Chambers
  • It was entirely new to her, this attention which Brandes paid her.

    The Dark Star Robert W. Chambers
  • Brandes walked down to their car with them after they had taken their leave.

    The Dark Star Robert W. Chambers
  • Sometimes she thought of Brandes, pleasantly, sometimes of other matters.

    The Dark Star Robert W. Chambers
  • Besides, Brandes did not care to make himself conspicuous in public just then.

    The Dark Star Robert W. Chambers
  • “I want to make you happy,” said Brandes in his low, even voice.

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  • Then they remembered the chauffeur behind them and Brandes reddened.

    The Dark Star Robert W. Chambers

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