“At length—not that he was weary, but only idle and luxurious—Pegasus folded his wings, and lay down on the soft green turf. But, being too full of aërial life to remain quiet for many moments together, he soon rolled over on his back, with his four slender legs in the air. It was beautiful to see him, this one solitary creature, whose mate had [...] [more...] [$]
Chapter-head illustration for “The Chimæra” or, “The Chimera” as one might write today. Two children are shown in silhouette on a shore by the edge of a forest. The boy (seated) wears shorts and the girl (standing) wears a blouse and short skirt. Both have bare legs and feet, and they seem to be looking at something in the stream; the girl is [...] [more...] [$]
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