[Milton-L] Mitonoclasts vs Miltonolatres

alan horn alanshorn at gmail.com
Mon Feb 14 11:34:40 EST 2011

I think you are wrong to assume that these terms must have a distinct
origin. The neologistic suffixes "-olater" and "-oclast" are
sufficiently well understood in themselves that no use of them in
combination with "Milton" need depend on or refer to any earlier
example. As you probably know, "bardolater," for a worshiper in the
cult of Shakespeare, is quite commonly seen.


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