Slughorns and Slubberdegullions

The Victorian poet Robert Browning loved finding obscure, archaic words to use in his poems. The trouble was, he didn’t always take the trouble to find out what they meant. For instance, at the culmination of his poem Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came, describing the eponymous hero arriving at the eponymous tower, he …

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