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“I suppose the "gold-haired girl" in the poem represents to me not the "beautiful country" of the poem's title, but an impostor version of that country we came to trust, a lovely voice distracting us from the truth of war, death and political incompetence.”
“They swore mighty oaths to Tellus, Sol Indiges, and Liber Pater that Caesar was their only commander, that Caesar was their darling, their gold-haired mascot, divi filius.”
“On the cover of the Spanish book, a lush blonde clearly the gold-haired, dark-browed model that Royo used on a lot of his works, dressed in the wispy remains of a negligee, is fording a river while carrying a complex, LED-rich automatic weapon.”
“If he remembered anything, it was the dainty capriciousness with which the gold-haired, dark-eyed girl had treated him.”
“To see the he lusty gold-haired lad rein in his snorting yoke.”
“Its crest flattened in reluctance against its blunt head, the youngster prepared to offer images of storm and death, and the wreckage of the fleet that had failed in its directive to take the gold-haired son of Ivain Firelord.”
“And the gold-haired girl?' said Cadfael, purposely brutal.”
“She opened it and, inside, saw the gold-haired girl with the generous mouth.”
“He and Rose had nested as happily as the orioles in the maples, especially after the gold-haired baby came.”
“From the door at the end of the room, as he stormed, a little bairn toddled in, wearing a night-shirt, a curly gold-haired boy with his cheeks like the apple for hue, the sleep he had risen from still heavy on his eyes.”
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