He wrote: Feudal anachronisms and atomic power, side by side.
But who taxes the sun for his spots or Shakspeare for anachronisms?
You may not like the statuary, but the orange trees at least offer no anachronisms.
But since His coming all such kingships have been anachronisms.
My work has gone, very much, to the avoidance of anachronisms.
Such poets and artists never have the fear of "anachronisms" before them.
The editor of the theory had to correct all these anachronisms and discrepancies.
America is a place where there is very little room for anachronisms.
I cannot hope that these pages will be altogether free from anachronisms and errors.
The anachronisms of painters are more noticeable, as a rule, than those of writers.