Elegy, Diana Coomans

Pharaoh's Daughter

wife of Tyndarus and mother of Castor and Pollux seated on the river bank arranging her hair after her bath, while the enamored Jupiter, full of the eagerness of passion, approaches her on the water in the guise, which he has assumed, of a swan. "The Fisher" by William Kray is one of his pictures founded on the legend of the Rhine. This tale recites how a fisherman once inspired a water sprite with such a love for him that she could not overcome it. In order to secure possession of him, she came, while he was fishing, up on the bank of the river and held him in

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