from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- O'Flaherty, Liam 1896-1984. Irish writer known especially for his short stories, collected in Two Lovely Beasts (1948) and The Pedlar's Revenge (1976).
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He also looks in on the newly-born son of Hector and Lyta Hall and gives him a name, Daniel, to Lyta's rage and horror.
Thessalian now called Larissa finds Lyta's deranged body and takes her into protective custody.
To add insult to injury, Dream claims Lyta's unborn child for some future purpose.
Another is about Lyta's baby Daniel's travels to dreamworld and his witness to stories told by Eve, Cain, and Abel, including some of the original myths about the creation of woman.
Lyta's child Daniel is mysteriously gone when she returns from a meeting.