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The Golden Touch more
Chapter-head illustration for “The Golden Touch,” the story of King Midas.
A person with a helmet (or vigorously spiked hair) and seen as a silhouette stands knee-deep in a lake and pours water from a jug.
Go, then,” said the stranger, “and plunge into the river that glides past the bottom of your garden. Take likewise a vase of the same water, and sprinkle it over any object that you may desire to change back again from gold into its former substance.” ” (p. 44)