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Famous Misquotations of Fictional Persons

07 May 2017

Napoleon Bonaparte (pictured) was not short; rather he was slightly taller than the

07 May 2017

In ancient Rome, the architectural feature called a vomitorium was the entranceway through

07 May 2017

Abner Doubleday did not invent baseball.   The black belt in martial arts

07 May 2017

Photographic or eidetic memory is the ability to remember images with extremely high

07 May 2017

The Big Bang theory does not provide an explanation for the origin of

07 May 2017

Contrary to a widespread perception, the real number 0.999… – where the decimal

07 May 2017

“Healthy” is an incorrect adjective to describe a food. According to Paul Brians,

07 May 2017

Paragraphs must comprise at least three sentences. This is an English myth. Richard

07 May 2017

Two spaces must follow each sentence. Placing two word spaces between sentences is

07 May 2017

A sentence must not end in a preposition. It is a myth that

07 May 2017

“Fasten your seatbelts; it’s going to be a bumpy ride.” – from the

07 May 2017

“Alas, poor Yorick! I knew him well.” – Hamlet, by William Shakespeare (Mistranslation/Corruption)