The international media had been waiting on wenceslas Square since early afternoon.
And the very first thing in the morning she went to see Victorin and to tell him that Hortense and wenceslas had parted.
wenceslas had meanwhile attempted to redeem his promise to Hus.
"Madame Marneffe told me to stay till the last to settle my little business with you and her," replied wenceslas.
Could it be that wenceslas had fastened upon him the stigma of his own crime?
In the following year, however, wenceslas succeeded in making his escape from Vienna.
And there could be no doubt of its authenticity, coming as it did from a tool of wenceslas himself.
wenceslas endeavored to assert himself, but the power remained in Rokyzanas hands.
That this measure would be passed, wenceslas could not be sure.
Desire was so thoroughly aroused in wenceslas that he doubled his attentions to Valerie.
masc. proper name, from Medieval Latin Venceslaus (modern Czech Vaclav), from Old Czech Veceslavu, literally "having greater glory," from Slavic *vetye- "greater" + *-slavu "fame, glory," from PIE *klou-, from root *kle- "to hear" (see listen).