(urth) Flaubert's _The Temptation of Saint Anthony_ as influence on_New Sun_?
dstockhoff at verizon.net
Thu Apr 18 10:35:03 PDT 2013
Yes, that's a good point. It seems to be a rare secondary form but
directly linked to Byzantium.
I was actually more interested in /literary /usage, which I didn't make
clear . . .
On 4/18/2013 12:57 PM, Sergei SOLOVIEV wrote:
> I think it was already mentioned that autarch means the same as
> autocrator, and
> autocrator was an official title of Byzantine emperors
> The same title (translated into Russian) was among the titles of
> Russian emperors ("samoderjets").
> Sergei Soloviev
> David Stockhoff wrote:
>> Speaking of borrowed words, does anyone know of an earlier use of the
>> term "autarch" than by James Blish in his Cities in Flight novels?
>> or, for that matter, any other use?
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