By Caspar Levias
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As drunkard, the word is used by Congreve, Middlcton, and othen. BO-TREE. The distortion, through Sinhalese, of Pali bodhitaru, the perfect-knowledge tree. Tbe sacred tree of the Buddhists, under which Gautama, the founder of Buddhism, meditated. CURRENT LITERARY TERMS 37 BOURGEOIS DRAMA. French bourgeois, citizen. A term describing realistic drama today, which presents aspects of middledass life. BOUSTROPHEDON. Greek from bous, ox and stroph-, strephein, to turn; as an ox turns in ploughing. An expression used to describe the early Greek way of writing, the first line written from left to right, the second from right to left and so on altemately.
Hutchinson, quoted in the Sunday Telegraph, 16th August 1964. CLIMATE OF OPINION. A phrase applied to ideas, thought and expression which are in harmony with the Spirit of the Age. CLlMAX. Greek klimax, a ladder ; kltnein, to slope, slant. The arrangement of a series of ideas or expressions in ascending order of importance or emphasis; the last term of the arrangement; a culmination. ' Bacon, 0/ Studies. CLOAK AND DAGGER. This term is applied to exciting plays of espionage, showing the dangers and deceptions of spying today.
The lettering of scribes was based on Carolingian Minuscule and this slowly developed into Cursive writing. Pope Eugenius IV decreed that Papal Briefs should be engraved in the Cursive hand. It became known, hence, as Cancelleresca Corsiva or Chancery Cursive. Ultimately this became the everyday hand of educated people throughout Europe. The revival of today has produced many writing masters, who acknowledge the skill of those early calligraphers, Bartholomew Dodington and Roger Ascham. CURRENT LlTERARY TERMS 43 CANON.
A grammar of the Aramaic idiom contained in the Babylonian Talmud with constant reference to Gaonic literature by Caspar Levias