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- n. Plural form of Lakist.
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Lakists, and especially in the head of their school, whose whole life, on the contrary, bore the marks of quite opposite characteristics.
At the time when Byron was more than ever penetrated with the perfection of Pope, and opposed to the romantic school, -- at the time when he himself wrote his dramas according to all classical rules, -- he received at Ravenna the poems of a young disciple of the Lakists, who united in himself all their exaggerated faults.