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Prince de Loudon, afflicted with anglomania, had brought out his own hunting establishment, which was exclusively Britannic, and placed it under orders of the Master of the Hunt.
I must accompany her into a little pavilion covered in a green trellis, not unlike one of the disused toll-houses of old Paris, in which had recently been installed what in England they call a lavatory but in France, by an ill-informed piece of anglomania, ‘water-closets.’
It is precisely that other propaganda — anglomania, the cultured arrogance of the heirs of the British empire-English "industrial revolution," and the pompous fawning worship of some holier-than-thou "Muse" — that has long since turned most Americans away from poetry as it is.
The success of Greuse was therefore one of the innumerable forms of the eighteenth-century anglomania.
This at least would seem to be the verdict of a distinguished French philosopher, and French philosophers are not often afflicted with “anglomania” in any amiable sense.
France's sartorial anglomania goes back to the end of the 18th century, but 1867 was a cracking moment for a former Bon Marché employee to buy into it.
Paris: “That’s funny; the son is higher than the father!” she would remark, adding, for she was afflicted with anglomania, “Those Royalties are so dreadfully confusing!” — while to someone who asked her from what province the Guermantes family came she replied, “From the
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