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While reading, we seem to be present at a new act in Jonson's Poetaster.

But there was another Frederic,—the Frederic of Rheinsberg, the fiddler and flute-player, the poetaster and metaphysician.

The Satiromastix” may be considered as a parody on “The Poetaster.

The titlepage to 'Poetaster' bears the stationer's as well as printer's name.

And now we shall lay down our pen, and bid farewell for a season both to poet and to poetaster.

By the terms "mill-cog" of the poetaster is doubtless to be understood the cog-wheel of the miller, viz.

Had it not been for this 'poetaster,' Kenilworth might never have been written.

Jonson says he wrote his “Poetaster” to ridicule Marston, the dramatist, who previously had libelled him on the stage.

Ben then produced his “Poetaster,” which has been called the Dunciad 477 of those times; but it is a Dunciad without notes.

Tupper's name has taken a place in our language as the contemptuous synonym for a poetaster.

Victorian LiteratureClement K. Shorter

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