Youngest Brother

Some articles on brothers, brother, youngest brother:

Duchy Of Silesia - History
... prevent a violent inheritance conflict between Władysław and his younger half-brothers, who allied against him ... The duchy was then under control of his half-brother High Duke Bolesław IV the Curly ... As a result, the brothers divided the duchy among themselves the first partition of many which led to the creation of numerous Duchies of Silesia in the ...
Rozafa Castle - Legend
... The legend is about the initiative of three brothers who set about building the castle.They worked all day, but the walls fell down at night ... The three brothers found it difficult to decide whom to sacrifice ... The two older brothers, however, explained the situation to their wives that night, while the honest youngest brother said nothing ...
Red Horn (Siouan Deity) - Red Horn in Archaeology - Struck With Deer Lungs and The Calumet Ceremony
... The Red Horn Cycle tells us of the time when Red Horn, the youngest brother, was following his other brothers to a race to which he alone was not invited ... has come and the one at whom Kunu used to throw deer lungs, his youngest brother, he has also come along." So Kunu looked behind him and, sure enough, there was his little brother following, wearing an ... So when the youngest brother is struck with deer lungs, it expresses the notion that Red Horn is someone who will have lungs like a deer and therefore a fleetness of foot ...
The Blue Kite - Synopsis - Father
... Meanwhile, Chen Shujuan's brothers and sister find themselves swept up by the events of the day Her older brother, an army pilot, begins to lose his eyesight, and loses his ... Shujuan's youngest brother, an art school student, was called to task for his "critique" of the party and shown standing before his fellow students as they rally ... Shujuan's youngest brother was also sent to a reeducation camp ...

Famous quotes containing the words brother and/or youngest:

    A dilettantism in nature is barren and unworthy. A fop of fields is no better than his brother on Broadway.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    We are none of us infallible—not even the youngest of us.
    William Hepworth Thompson (1810–1886)