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PATER. Father. A term used in making genealogical tables.

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Volgens de tekst van de auteur, achterin het theaterboekje, heeft Van Reybrouck ook adressen van paters via het de adresboekjes van Lieve Joris en Bart Castelein gekregen.
In zijn toneelstuk in drie bedrijven laat Van Reybrouck een oude pater aan het woord die vertelt over zijn ervaringen als missionaris in Congo.
Pater Garmijn bijvoorbeeld meldt dat hij een zwak heeft voor de inheemse bevolking.
Een andere pater, Constant de Deken (1902: 10), schreef al eerder: "Wat is het eene vervelende zaak vrienden te hebben
It is tempting to say that Pater began publishing fiction in 1878 when "The Child in the House," his first published imaginary portrait, appeared in Macmillan's Magazine and be done with it.
But, point two, Pater might have also resorted to the Fortnightly to disguise the identity of "Giordano Bruno" as a part of Gaston, hoping not to draw attention to the fact that his novel project had been left unfinished, without explanation, in Macmillan's.
To return, then, to my point about the origin of Pater's fiction in 1878 with "The Child in the House," it is the case with Pater that his fiction of the late 1870s and 1880s may be linked as closely to his essays and studies of historical figures of the 1860s and early 1870s (which themselves manifest many qualities of short fiction and might justly be called imaginary portraits), as they can to the periodical market for the short story.
To plumb this deeper, it might be said that in Pater's cultural time the phenomenon of a periodical press so flourishing that it was always beckoning and consuming meant that in nearly all his work Pater availed himself of the ready presence of this hegemonic form of publication, and that he likewise conformed to the genres the periodicals and their diverse readership favored--short, consumable pieces, either prose or prose fiction or, as in Pater's case, a mixture and sometimes a fudge that refused such clear generic distinctions.
The purpose of Marucci's discussion of Pater's reputation is not only to establish its chronology, but also to suggest that Mario Praz's popularization of Pater as a decadent writer is finally losing its power to forestall other interpretations.
8) In regard to Modernism, he notes that Pater precedes Joyce and T.
Giovanna Franci's "Pater e Wilde: profeti di una nuova sensibilita estetica" presents Pater and Wilde as the creators of a relativistic aesthetic that is dangerously solipsistic.
Her essay, "Walter Pater e i Greci" ("Walter Pater and the Greeks"), centers on "The Myth of Demeter and Persephone" and the Botticelli essay.