Shakespearianism love



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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Shakespeareanism.


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  • He had unseated the secure with _Erewhon_, outraged the orthodox with _Fairhaven_, flouted the biologists, himself being no biologist, plunged into Homeric criticism without archæology, swum against the current in Shakespearianism, enjoyed himself immensely, playing _l'enfant terrible_, and treading on every corn he could find -- and then he was angry because the sufferers pretended that they had no corns.

    In a Green Shade A Country Commentary


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