→Nulfaga's Literary Quotes: Added period
: "United thoughts and counsels, equal hope / And hazard in the once glorious enterprise / Joined with me once, now misery hath joined / In equal ruin!" is part of a very well-known longer line from John Milton's '' Paradise Lost''.
:"Choosing out few words most horrible, let none them read! Verses, verses frame which with and other spells like terrible curses" is cribbed from The Faerie Queene by Edmund Spenser
:"Say, what strange motive, Goddess! could compel..." is from The Rape of the Lock by Alexander Pope
:"We are only like dead walls or vaulted graves..." is from The Duchess of Malfi by John Webster.
* In Irish mythology, there exists a god called [[wikipedia:Ogma|Oghma]], whose domains include knowledge, writing and speechcraft; Infinium resembles the Latin ''infinitum'', meaning "infinite". Thus, possible meanings of "Oghma Infinium" could be "endless writings" or "infinite knowledge".