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21.1 ’If it weren’t for the last minute…’ 3

31.2 ’Dad turns out all right’ 4

41.3 War memorial, Church Green Road, Bletchley, November 2009 6

51.4 Graveyard quoting 8

62.1 Example of extract from a mass observer’s comment 16

72.2 An 85 year-old widow’s quoting 20

82.3 Sayings in ’our circle of friends’ 30

92.4 A large collection of quotation books 39

103.1 ’I was suddenly conscious of the quote marks’ 47

114.1 New English Bible, Oxford, 1961, Matthew, Chapter 21 verses 1-6 81

124.2 Revised Standard Bible, New York, 1946, Matthew, Chapter 21 verses 1-6 82

134.3 Reina-Valera Bible (Spanish), web version, Matthew, Chapter 21 verses 1-6 82

144.4 Holy Bible, King James Version, Oxford and Cambridge, 19th century, Matthew, Chapter 21 verses 1-6 83

154.5 New Testament (Greek) London, 1885, Matthew, Chapter 21 verses 1-5 83

164.6 The Newe Testament, translated into English by William Tyndale, Worms, 1526, Matthew, Chapter 21 verses 1-6 84

174.7 The Bible and Holy Scriptures Conteined in the Olde and Newe Testament, Geneva, 1560, Matthew, Chapter 21 verses 1-7 85

184.8 Diple marks in an 8th-century manuscript: Bede’s Commentary on Proverbs 87

194.9 Scribal citation marks, 7th to 9th centuries AD 88

204.10 Laurence Sterne, Yorick’s Sentimental Journey, Dublin, 1769 91

214.11 The Crisis of the Sugar Colonies, London, 1802 93

225.1 First page of The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, 7th edition, 2009 115

235.2 Page from the 1st edition of Macdonnel’s Dictionary, London, 1797 123

245.3 Title page of American edition based on Macdonnel’s Dictionary, Philadelphia, 1854 126

255.4 Roundel of Erasmus by Hans Holbein the Younger, in Adages, Basel, 1533 127

265.5 From an early manuscript of Thomas of Ireland’s Manipulus florum 134

275.6 Richard Taverner’s edition of Cato’s Distichs with Erasmus’ commentary, London, 1540 139

285.7 The Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers printed by William Caxton, London, 1477 143

295.8 From the world’s earliest proverb collection: inscribed clay tablet from ancient Sumer 148

306.1 Nepalese shaman communicating with the ancestors in trance 164

316.2 A calligraphic declaration of faith 177

326.3 The entry into Jerusalem: Isabella Breviary, 15th century 178

336.4 ’To hunt hares with a drum’ 179

346.5 ’Two dogs over one bone seldom agree’ 180

356.6 Ashanti goldweight proverb 181

367.1 ’Lord Randal’ 187

377.2 The Ten Commandments on Buckland Beacon 198

387.3 and Frontispiece: A confusion of quoting terms 213

398.1 ’In Defence of Robert Burns. The Charge of Plagiarism Confuted’, Sydney, 1901 224

408.2 King Henry VIII’s Proclamation prohibiting unlicensed printing, London, 1538 233

418.3 The Roman Catholic Church’s Index of Prohibited Books, Rome, 1559 234

428.4 Gibbon accused of misquotation and plagiarism, London, 1778 237

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