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

    "She speaks poniards, and every word stabs."

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

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

    02.04

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

    Archive 2004-03-01

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

    03.04

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

    03.04

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

    02.04

  • 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

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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