Frenzy Allusions, Definition, Citation, Reference, Information - Allusion to Frenzy


  1. Beatlemania term referring to the Beatles’ (rock musicians) immense popularity; manifested by screaming fans in the 1960s. [Pop. Culture: Miller, 172–181]
  2. Big Bull Market speculation craze precipitated stock market crash (1929). [Am. Hist.: Allen, 205–226]
  3. Gold Rush lure of instant riches precipitated onslaught of prospectors (1848, 1886). [Am. Hist.: Jameson, 203]
  4. Klondike, the scene of wild rush for riches (1886). [Am. Hist.: Jameson, 269]
  5. Old Woman of Surrey “morn, noon, and night in a hurry.” [Nurs. Rhyme: Mother Goose, 117]
  6. Valentino’s funeral overwhelmed with grief, fans rioted. [Am. Hist.: Sann, 317–327]
  7. White Rabbit agitated rabbit in a perpetual hurry. [Br. Lit.: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland]
  8. White Queen in a perpetual dither. [Br. Lit.: Through the Looking-glass]