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Susan was close, at the time, to the photographer Annie Leibovitz, who, when I was briefly famous because of Picture Show, showed up like the woodsprite she then resembled and photographed me in an alley beside the bookshop, probably for Rolling Stone.
Jeremy heard Candy's breath catch, but in the dimness he caught the narrowed glimpse of her tip-tilted green eyes, and the sudden tightening of that woodsprite mouth.
I'm hardly about to pine away for lack of clan like a forlorn woodsprite.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the woodsprite actor will star in a remake of this Swedish thing:
Jane wasn't flitting across the moors like a woodsprite, she was rolling around in the hay or punching a guy in the mouth.