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‘It was once the fashion to object to anonymous newspaper writing on the ground that it enabled little men to have their fling at great ones…’
The New Hamlet and His Critics, Alfred Ainger, using the pseudonym, A Templar. MacMillan's Magazine, Volume 31, January 1875, p236-241.
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