The Antitrust Anachronism
Wall Street Journal
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譬如說，杰弗里‧喬叟在<<特洛肋斯與克麗西德>>的「年代誤植」，可以被諒解。此行中的『上帝』即是年代誤植的一例，基督教的出現比特洛亞戰爭晚了一千餘年。（（吳芬譯，北京：中國對外翻譯出版公司，1999，p.47））」【順便記下一位翻譯者：「……方重先生於50年代將喬叟的絕大多數作品以散文體翻成中文……」（杰弗里‧喬叟《特洛肋斯與克麗西德》（Troilusand Cressida）吳芬譯，北京：中國對外翻譯出版公司，1999。其中的「譯者序」。p. XII）】
Idioms: poetic licenseAlso, artistic license. The liberty taken by a writer or artist in deviating from conventional form or fact to achieve an effect.
For example, I've never seen grass or a tree of that color; but that's artistic license. [Late 1700s]
Literary Glossary: Poetic License
Distortions of fact and literary convention made by a writer—not always a poet—for the sake of the effect gained. Poetic license is closely related to the concept of "artistic freedom". An author exercises poetic license by saying that a pile of money "reaches as high as a mountain" when the pile is actually only a foot or two high.
Poetry Glossary: Poetic License
The liberties generally allowable for a poet to take with his subject-matter to achieve a desired effect or with his grammatical construction, etc., to conform to the requirements of rhyme and meter; but in a broader sense, it includes "creative" deviations from historical fact, such as anachronisms.
GDR, German Democratic Republic
"Looking back, I would say that I was practically in exile with the Digedags and the Mosaik comics," said Peter Lang, a former artistic director of the Bethanian art house in Berlin, comics expert and Mosaik collector. "As a kid, it wasn't really clear to me that they didn't have much to do with the world of the GDR."
No hidden agenda
Bildunterschrift: Großansicht des Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift:Mosaik published the first Didedag comic book in 1955
Part of the Mosaik comics' appeal came from characters who spoke without falling into the party propaganda found in other youth magazines.
German Democratic Republic
Official name for the former state of East Germany.
- The representation of someone as existing or something as happening in other than chronological, proper, or historical order.
- One that is out of its proper or chronological order, especially a person or practice that belongs to an earlier time: “A new age had plainly dawned, an age that made the institution of a segregated picnic seem an anachronism” (Henry Louis Gates, Jr.).
[French anachronisme, from New Latin anachronismus, from Late Greek anakhronismos, from anakhronizesthai, to be an anachronism : Greek ana-, ana- + Greek khronizein, to take time (from khronos, time).]