A word that only appears once in a written work, whether a book, body of work, or language. For example, "Honorificabilitudinitatibus" only appears once in Shakespeare's writing. See also Literature.
Shakespeare in A Midsummer Night's Dream. See also Literature, Shakespeare.
By the time the world's favorite detectives figure out whodunnit... you could die laughing! See also 70's, Literature.
A nickname given to Pip by Herbert Pocket in the book Great Expectations. See also Literature.
So spake William Shakespeare. See also English, Literature.