Times Literary Supplement Review

ADSGarson O'Toole adsgarsonotoole at GMAIL.COM
Mon Feb 4 19:36:42 UTC 2013

Fred Shapiro wrote:
> Yes, it is a pain not to have anything to link to.
> But a solution is coming: it appears that my review
> will not be on their home page, but that they will
> have it secretly on their website so it can be linked
> to.  I'll circulate the link when I have it.

Times Literary Supplement has a searchable archive online here:


The article is in the archive now. The query: proverbs traced -
without quotes will locate the article. But there is a paywall, and
access is restricted to subscribers. The article title is "Just glad
to see me?" So maybe they will post the accessible version soon.

> From: American Dialect Society [ADS-L at LISTSERV.UGA.EDU] on behalf of Arnold Zwicky [zwicky at STANFORD.EDU]
> Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2013 1:21 PM
> Subject: Re: Times Literary Supplement Review
> On Jan 31, 2013, at 7:58 AM, "Shapiro, Fred" <fred.shapiro at YALE.EDU> wrote:
>> The Feb. 1 issue of the Times Literary Supplement has an extensive review by me of the new edition of Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, the first reviewin the issue.  This constitutes the most thorough presentation I have ever published of my views on quotation dictionaries...
>> For those who have interest in this, I don't have any link to send, but if you contact me at fred.shapiro at yale.edu<mailto:fred.shapiro at yale.edu>, I can send a pdf of the proofs they sent me, which should be identical to what is being published.
> this is important stuff and shouldn't be buried by being available only by e-mailing you.  i would certanly talk it up on my blog, but for that i'd need a link i could send my readers to.  surely there's some way to arrange this.
> arnold
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