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  • Representations of monstrosity and folly deal with creatures such as Wild Men, mermaids, donkey-headed fools and races of people with tails, and a chapter on insult and humiliation reveals a startling range of insults and ingenious punishments.

    The Secret Middle Ages: Discovering the Real Medieval World, by Malcolm Jones. Book review

  • There on the frozen bridge stood a ludicrous striped donkey-headed dragon.

    Cube Route

  • Nimby is a donkey-headed dragon who has the power to make himself or his companion be anything that companion wants.

    Cube Route

  • The donkey-headed dragon and the beautiful woman, who liked to do favors?

    Cube Route

  • A second scintillation formed into a donkey-headed dragon.

    Up In A Heaval

  • Xanth himself was in the humanoid form of Nimby, a donkey-headed dragon.

    Up In A Heaval

  • The eye seemed to expand, becoming like a portal, and through it was a scene of a lovely woman and a donkey-headed dragon and Mare Imbri.

    Zombie Lover

  • How could he query a vanishing donkey-headed dragon?

    Faun & Games

  • She wondered what a donkey-headed dragon had to think about.

    Yon Ill Wind

  • There was just something about a stunningly beautiful woman with a nice personality, even if he knew it was all an enchantment made by a donkey-headed dragon.

    Yon Ill Wind

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