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"Yes; but if they had not been so, who would have recognized them without the legend? At the present day even, when the memory of the Blaisois begins to be faint with regard to these two celebrated persons, who would recognize Catherine and Mary without the words `To the Medici'?"
"I have got an idea, a sublime idea -- your picture shall appear, and my legend likewise.
He composed the sign of six physicians, with the legend; the echevin applauded and authorized it.
"I don't propose to tell you all the legends of Mercia, or even to make a selection of them.
Of course we have the legends; but is not some more exact evidence necessary in a scientific investigation?"
When we discovered that, that legend of our driver took to itself a new interest in our eyes.
Before my eyes was a horrible monster worthy to figure in the legends of the marvellous.
When the first poet or romancer told these marvellous legends (such is Eustace Bright's opinion), it was still the Golden Age.
Indeed, except that there was a necessity for it--and that the inner life of the legends cannot be come at save by making them entirely one's own property--there is no defense to be made.
In the chapter devoted to "Legends of Frankfort," I find the following:
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