3 edition of Heroines that every child should know found in the catalog.
|Statement||Doubleday, Page & company|
|Publishers||Doubleday, Page & company|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 98 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
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It was said of her that she spent entire days before her mirror giving herself to personal decoration—to the tower of curls on her head and the touch of rouge on her cheeks. For since I have found her, alone of all this people, breaking my decree, surely she shall die. And now let no man touch me, for I will offer my neck to the sword with a good heart.
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And as I sat I heard a cry of birds that I knew not, very strange and full of wrath. Eustochium could with difficulty be prevailed to leave her. " And Achilles said: "If this be thy will, lady, I cannot say nay.
" And to the dead he said, "Fare thee well, noble wife, that hast kept this house from falling. " he asked her, jestingly. And of a truth, lady, thou art very like in shape and stature to my Alcestis that is dead.
They poured upon them enthusiastic admiration, and shared with them their Arab bread and clotted milk, and also gave many an alm.
So on a whole their days passed in fruitful labour.
I was the first to call thee father; and the first to whom thou didst say 'my child.