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the New-Eealism       1
eealism had destroyed. And so dealing with the “construction site”       2
now n Whigiem meant fer med [     ] withdrew from the Eealism of a later       3
grammar, composition, and literature.
b Eealistic studies       4
the Hedonistic, Idealistic, and Eealistic in Literature.       5
Some Eealism About Realism       6
accompanied the decline of Eealism, and
which gave occásion to       7


  1. ex snippet/preview, “Inhalt,” Archiv für systematische Philosophie 27:3 (1923) : 96 (hathitrust), pointing to “Is the New-Realism new?” by Jane Sprunt Hall (Wellesley College, Mass.: B.A., 1908, M.A., 1912) : 119-126
  2. “...of fresco painting, waking up early with you to be ready,” ex Giuseppe Caccavale. In giardino, a buon fresco. Text by Laura Cherubini; Annotations Chiara Bertola, Claudia Gian Ferrari, Giuseppe Caccavale (Milan: Charta, 2009) : 79
    aside — in this instance, the initiating error was in ink, on page.
  3. OCR error, column bounce to out-of-focus facing page... involving entries on Francis I, King of France (1494-1547) and Francis I., Emperor of Germany (1708-65), at Chambers’s Encyclopædia : A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People, illustrated with maps and numerous wood engravings, Vol 4 (London, 1868) : 485
  4. OCR misread at Chapter 26, “Courses of study in German schools,” in Report of the Commissioner of Education for the year 1903, Volume 2 (Washington, 1905) : 1221
  5. OCR misread, yielding “On the Hedonistic, Idealistic, and Eealistic in Literature.” In Phyllida, January 22, 1897, pp. 3-4
    ex “A list of the published writings of Charles Mills Gayley” in The Charles Mills Gayley Anniversary Papers (festschrift, celebrating 30th year at UC, 1889-1919), University of California Publications in Modern Philology 11 (1922) : 288
  6. OCR misread of footnote 217, yielding Llewellyn, “Some Eealism About Realism” (1931) 44 Harvard Law Rev. 1222, at (2000 reprint of) Roscoe Pound, Jurisprudence vol. 2 (1959) : 275
  7. from — “and more generally in the rise of a spirit of independence which accompanied the decline of Eealism, and which gave occasion to the Councils of Constance and Basle, at which the great Nominalists, Pierre d’Ailly and Gerson, were present” —
    ex John Henry Blunt (1823-1884 *), entry for “conceptualism”, in his Dictionary of Doctrinal and Historical Theology (1870) : 134-138 (138)

27 July 2021