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

  1. Bows, Mr. crippled fiddler with intense feelings. [Br. Lit.: Pendennis]
  2. Cedric of Rotherwood zealous about restoring Saxon independence. [Br. Lit.: Ivanhoe]
  3. Faustus, Doctor zealous for universal knowledge; sells soul to Lucifer. [Medieval Legend and Ger. Lit.: Faust; Br. Lit.: Doctor Faustus]
  4. flaming heart attribute of St. Augustine; symbol of religious fervor. [Art: Hall, 123]
  5. Merridew, Jack boy with lust for authority and killing. [Brit. Lit.: Lord of the Flies]
  6. Olsen, Jimmy eager-beaver cub reporter and Superman’s friend. [Comics: “Superman” in Horn, 341]
  7. Palace Guard term used in alluding to Richard Nixon’s zealous, ardent staff, with reference to Watergate and cover-up. [Am. Pop. Culture: Misc.]
  8. white dittany traditional symbol of zeal. [Flower Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 173]