God, at the same time with fenelon, had taken possession of the Duke of Burgundy's soul.
I was more than willing to meet her on the neutral ground of Uncle fenelon.
fenelon, a celebrated French clergyman and writer of the seventeenth century, discouraged the acquisition of knowledge by women.
fenelon, Jansenist character of, i. 373; his admiration of Homer, iii.
The earnest, the sincere, the spiritual fenelon never suspected where this friendship was to lead.
Then Minoret was charitable, and the abbe was the fenelon of the Gatinais.
This parcel held two miniature portraits, one of fenelon and one of Madame Guyon.
When Madame Guyon was sick and in prison, was she not visited by fenelon?
fenelon was born in Perigord, at the castle of fenelon, on the 6th of August, 1651.
fenelon shared the poverty of the people, their lowliness, their sorrows.