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  • In "Bardolatry" (3.9.2004), we linked to a terrific piece in The Village Voice, "The Taming of the Bard."

    Archive 2004-03-01

  • Arthur Phillips plunges into this miasma of Bardolatry with a devious and exhilarating novel, "The Tragedy of Arthur" Random House, 368 pages, $26 , a tale about—and, most audaciously, containing—a supposedly newly discovered Shakespeare play.

    Out of the Miasma of Bardolatry, a Masterpiece

  • Bardolatry, the worship of Shakespeare, ought to be even more a secular religion than it already is.

    Loving Will

  • For a complete Bardolatry experience, visit the archive.

    Loving Will

  • Our most recent Shakespeare "conversation" began with "Bardolatry" on 3.9.2004 and continued with "To read or not to read" on 3.10.2004 (thanks, again, joannejacobs. com) and then with "She speaks poniards, and every word stabs" on 3.14.2004.

    Archive 2004-03-01

  • * Bardolatry, the worship of Shakespeare, ought to be even more a secular religion than it already is.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • I would have liked to have been more convinced that reductive Bardolatry-Thomas 'worship of Shakespeare-accounts for his self-loathing as an inferior poet.

    Art of Closing Scummy Deals-Mamet's All-American Hustlers

  • This debate has been raging since the Bardolatry fad of the nineteenth century and has piqued the interest of intelligent people across all walks of life since.

    Arizona Daily Wildcat

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  • this word has almost the same usage as bardolatry . i think it's because people like to capitalize the Bard as if it was a proper name.

    October 12, 2015