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  • His robustness of body and soul inspired the wish that his well-born wife might be, in her dainty fashion, yet honestly and without mincing, his possible boonfellow: he and she, glass in hand, thanking the bountiful heavens, blessing mankind in chorus.

    The Tragic Comedians — Volume 1

  • Clotilde acquiesced: she chimed to it like a fair boonfellow of the rollicking faun.

    The Tragic Comedians — Volume 1

  • Whereat, albeit created man by her, he reproaches nature, and the sculptor, circumstance; forgetting that to make him man is their sole duty, and that what betrayed him was the difficulty thrown in their way by his quondam self -- the pleasant boonfellow!

    Sandra Belloni — Volume 2


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