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“This is an about-face from her last fall's collection -- a Robin Hood-style romp through wood-nymph caps and feathers that seemed more fairy tale than reality.”
“This appears to have been a common wood-nymph Cercyonis pegala.”
“It is not merely a repetition of what was worth repeating in the bell, but partly the voice of the wood; the same trivial words and notes sung by a wood-nymph.”
“Did it not suggest the sanctuary of some wood-nymph chanting never so faint a death psalm — a monotone which the idlest zephyr might still?”
“And Atirupa laughed joyfully, and he exclaimed: O Chamu, thou art certainly bewitched, and this wood-nymph has cast over thee a spell: turning thee into a very breeze of sandalwood from Malaya.”
“Well, Echo was a beautiful wood-nymph, fond of the woods and hills, where she devoted herself to woodland sports.”
“The figure of Echo is repeated later in "The Crowning of the Elect," in Orvieto, though there it has lost much of the idyllic charm of this wood-nymph.”
“Dian, a wood-nymph, and a sweet girl playing upon a lute, habited according to a picture of Calypso by David.”
“After viewing the wonders of Nature, Esock Mayall was returning to the wigwam along the path of flowers, when that wood-nymph, the chief's daughter, appeared before him, gentle as the ring-dove.”
“Pholoe > (A beautiful wood-nymph, loved by Pan) 106.16”
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