bardolatry bardolatry


  • (n) the idolization of William Shakespeare


  • There's even a word for Shakespeare worship: bardolatry.


  • The Bard's bloody banquet in Titus Andronicus

    COTU's latest production offers live lopping of limbs by Perry Tannenbaum There is more than enough malice and carnage in Titus Andronicus for a few worshipers of Shakespeare to seriously doubt he wrote it. Since the object of their bardolatry is universally acknowledged to have fashioned the atrocities of King Lear and the body count of Hamlet, we must be considering a degree of brutality and ...
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Creative Loafing Charlotte

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