Reformed, The Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Reformed, The

  1. Arkadi turns from the idea of obtaining power through wealth to a less materialistic goal. [Russ. Lit.: Benét, 843]
  2. Hal, Prince transformation from rakish prince to responsible king. [Br. Lit.: II Henry IV]
  3. Knave of Hearts vowed he’d steal no more tarts. [Nurs. Rhyme: Baring-Gould, 152]
  4. La Sacristaine repents of sin and rejoins convent. [Medieval Legend: Walsh Classical, 48]
  5. Moses the Black, St. rascally thief; converted, became ordained priest. [Christian Hagiog.: Attwater, 247–248]
  6. Saul becomes Christian proselytizer after Lord’s visitation. [N.T.: Acts 9:1–22]
  7. Scrooge, Ebenezer Christmas becomes a merry affair when he abandons his miserliness. [Br. Lit.: A Christmas Carol]
  8. Thais Alexandrian courtesan; converted to Christianity. [Medieval Legend: Walsh Classical, 307]
  9. Vinicus lustful Roman becomes devout Christian. [Polish Lit.: Quo Vadis, Magill I, 797–799]