bradleyite

bradleyite

[′brad·lē‚īt]
(mineralogy)
Na3Mg(PO4)(CO3) A light gray mineral consisting of a phosphate-carbonate of sodium and magnesium; occurs as fine-grained masses.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Richard Levin, working against the charge of Bloom as a Bradleyite, points out that Bloom's insistence on the beauty of many characters' speeches is more akin to the values that organized the Renaissance commonplace book than to Romanticism or "character criticism." Bloom does not thoroughly support his arguments about character--at least not in the chapter on Hamlet, which Levin takes as his focus, ultimately working less with "character-and-action appreciation" than with "a superinflated form of thematism" (75).
He is not without his critics, though, and Bradleyites have long harboured suspicions he was manoeuvring against the ex-leader.