Shakespearian Acrostics A Demonstration Of The Marginal Words In The First Folio Of Mr. William Shakespeare"s Comedies, Histories And Tragedies by Edward D. Johnson

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Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic s: 1. Several passages in the book of Psalms begin with letters of the alphabet, forming an abecedarian acrostic (an acrostic that spells out the entire alphabet). The first examples of non-abecedarian acrostics come from ancient Greece, where the Erythraean Sybil (an oracle from the ancient Greek town of Erythrae) was known to write her prophesies.

Post 4: My new and improved, high-resolution solution to the Francis Bacon (For-And-Since Bacon) acrostic puzzle on page of The Taming of the Shrew. As I revealed there, Shakespeare clearly got the idea for that SATAN acrostic from Arthur Brooke, whose earlier Romeus & Juliet contains two SATAN acrostics at almost the identical point in the action, and, in turn, John Milton got the idea for his SATAN acrostic in Book.

And irony of ironies, those valid Shakespearean acrostics have been hiding in plain sight for 85 years inside a book containing a veritable forest of alleged Baconian acrostics.

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Along with writing some of most famous quotes in literature, Shakespeare’s insults, put-downs, and cussing were second to none, and with his insults, Shakespeare was most certainly a master of his “A most notable coward” to “Villain, I have done thy mother” Shakespeare had an insult for any occasion.

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