Satanic School

Satanic School, name applied by Southey to a class of writers headed by Byron and Shelley, because, according to him, their productions were “characterised by a Satanic spirit of pride and audacious impiety,” and who, according to Carlyle, wasted their breath in a fierce wrangle with the devil, and had not the courage to fairly face and honestly fight him.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Satan * Satellites
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Sarmatians
Sarpedon
Sarpi, Paul
Sarto, Andreo del
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Saskatchewan
Sassari
Satan
Satanic School
Satellites
Satire
Satrap
Saturn
Saturn
Saturnalia
Satyrs
Sauerkraut
Sauerteig
Saul