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"'''''An upstart crow, beautified with our feathers'''''", scilicet "novus corvus plumis nostris adornatus", sunt verba anno [[1592]] a [[Robertus Greene|Roberto Greene]] scripta et (paulo post eius mortem) in libro satyrico ''[[Greene's Groat's Worth of Wit]]'' divulgata; quibus verbis Greene a philologis compluribus [[Gulielmus Shakesperius|Gulielmum Shakesperium]], apud nullum auctorem anteriorem relatum, vituperare censetur:
:''There is an upstart crow, beautified with our feathers, that with his [[tiger's heart wrapped in a woman's hide|tygers hart wrapt in a players hyde]] supposes he is as well able to bombast out a blanke verse as the best of you, and, being an absolute ''[[Iohannes fac totum]]'', is in his owne conceit the onely Shake-scene in a countrey.''<ref>[[Robertus Greene]], ''[[Greene's Groat's Worth of Wit]]'' (1592)</ref>
In hac sententia Greene nomine gentilicio poëtae (quod alii saepe [[hyphen]]e dividebant, ''Shake-speare'') alludit et in ''Shake-scene'' (scil. "qui scaenam quassat") mutat. Eundem ludum post Shakesperium mortuum [[Beniaminus Jonson]] repetit, tali mutatione in ''shake-stage'' effecta, in epigrammate suo "''[[To the memory of my beloved, the author, Mr. William Shakespeare]]''" (1623).
 
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