References in classic literature ?
Several times he faltered, for the devil showed him first all his old friends calling him "Saint" and "Square-toes," and a dozen hard names, and whispered to him that his motives would be misunderstood, and he would only be left alone with the new boy; whereas it was his duty to keep all means of influence, that he might do good to the largest number.
The longest-known accidental text is a 66-word window from Rudyard Kipling's "Brother Square-Toes" in Rewards and Fairies, reported by Mike Keith in the Nov 2002 Word Ways.
Rewards and Fairies, Rudyard Kipling, "Brother Square-Toes" (15 words)