Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?
Quandary Resolution 8331
bibliophage, inexorable, fissile, Cockaigne, n.

But the attention of Madame von Bingen being somewhat distracted gave the bibliophage in Tristan time to run a thought through his memory and he then said: "actually, Madame, Montenegro is the Venetian for Black Mountain, it's got absolutely nothing to do with African immigrants," and she stared inexorably at him, with something in her eyes that he sensed was fissile, then said: "coming from a descendant of the Romany Gypsies, that's a bit rich – I suppose you'll be telling me that Romania is the true location of Cockaigne next, milk and honey, peace and plenty, love not war? but that's schoolboys for you – run along now, I'll find someone else to show me my cabin," and with a dismissive flick of her hand she returned her attention to the other man, who was still making notes in his score, oblivious to her presence.

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