A Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations

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Entry #155. The attributee’s name, “Helena Botton Bowles”, is actu­ally an anagram. Can you put the letters back in the right order?
Entry #154. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Selina Tessit”? Try to deci­pher it!
Entry #153. Riddle me this: the name “Oliver Mousley” is an anagram. Solve the puzzle if you can.
Entry #152. This week’s quotee name, “Virginia Delsing”, is another anagram. Can you unscramble it?
Entry #151. Check out the name of the author: “Tristan Hengelmeiner” — it’s an anagram. Can you put the letters back in the right order?
Entry #150. The attributee’s name, “Nictotus of Amiri”, is actu­ally an anagram. Try to deci­pher it!
Entry #149. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Ester Tivali”? Solve the puzzle if you can.
Entry #148. Riddle me this: the name “Gita Blevin” is an anagram. Can you unscramble it?
Entry #147. This week’s quotee name, “Mimi Post”, is another anagram. Can you unscramble it?
Entry #146. Check out the name of the author: “Bruno Geese” — it’s an anagram. Can you put the letters back in the right order?
Entry #145. The attributee’s name, “Edda Tolontino”, is actu­ally an anagram. Try to deci­pher it!
Entry #144. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Yasmine Floch”? Solve the puzzle if you can.
Entry #143. Riddle me this: the name “Nidia von Ruhme” is an anagram. Can you unscramble it?
Entry #142. This week’s quotee name, “Edith Swindell”, is another anagram. Can you put the letters back in the right order?
Entry #141. Check out the name of the author: “Timon Németh” — it’s an anagram. Try to deci­pher it!
Entry #140. The attributee’s name, “E. Peter Vosemond”, is actu­ally an anagram. Solve the puzzle if you can.
Entry #139. Did you spot the anagram in the quotee’s name, “Yolanda Kotow”? Can you unscramble it?
Entry #138. Riddle me this: the name “Lisa Scholten-Redding” is an anagram. Can you put the letters back in the right order?
Entry #137. This week’s quotee name, “Sherman Hofstadter”, is another anagram. Try to deci­pher it!
Entry #136. Check out the name of the author: “Edward Ashe Toth” — it’s an anagram.
Entry #135. The attributee’s name, “Eugenio Hughson”, is actu­ally an anagram. Can you unscramble it?
Entry #134. The author’s name is an anagram, of course.
Entry #133. This week’s attrib­utee name is another anagram.
Entry #132. Today’s quotee name is another anagram.
Entry #131. The author’s name is an anagram, of course.
Entry #130. This week’s attrib­utee name is another anagram.
Entry #129. Today’s quotee name is another anagram.
Entry #128. The author’s name is an anagram, of course.
Entry #127. This week’s attrib­utee name is another anagram.
Entry #126. Today’s quotee name is another anagram.
Entry #125. The author’s name is an anagram, of course.
Entry #124. This week’s attrib­utee name is another anagram.
Entry #123. The author’s name is an anagram, of course.
Entry #122. The author’s name is an anagram, of course. Hint: it’s in German! Ms. Breitniet is Austrian, after all. 😉
Entry #121. This week’s attrib­utee name is another anagram.
Entry #120. The author’s name is an anagram, of course.
Entry #119. The author’s name is an anagram, of course. Hint: it’s in French! Mlle. Pralors is from la belle France, after all. 😉
Entry #118. This week’s attrib­utee name is another anagram. Can you solve it? Tell me in the comments!
Entry #117. Today’s quotee name is another anagram. Crack the code and share your answer the comments!
Entry #116. The author’s name is an anagram, of course. Can you solve it?
You may have noticed that the Imaginary Quotations’ attrib­uted authors are not only imag­i­nary. Some names (like Edward Inborough and Bernard de Roibaux) are simply made up, but many of them are a play on words. There have been sounda­likes like Freia Mynde (“free your mind”), anagrams like Ethan Dirges…
Entry #115. This week’s attrib­utee name is an anagram. Crack the code and share your answer the comments!
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Entry #108. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #107. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #106. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #105. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #104. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #103. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #102. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #101. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #100. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #99. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #98. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #97. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #96. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #95. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #94. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #93. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #92. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #91. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #90. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #89. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #88. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #87. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #86. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #85. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #84. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #83. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #82. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #81. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #80. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #79. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #78. One more addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #77. A new addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #76. Yet another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #75. Another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #74. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #73. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #72. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #71. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #70. One more addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #69. A new addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #68. Yet another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #67. Another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #66. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #65. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #64. Yet another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #63. Another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #62. One more addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #61. A new addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #60. Yet another entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #59. Another addi­tion to the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #58. One more entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations
Entry #57. A new entry into the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations

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