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Then the fauns and satyrs gathered round the Lady, wondering at her beauty, pitying her "fair blubbered face.
Often, likewise, she encountered fauns, who looked like sunburnt country people, except that they had hairy ears, and little horns upon their foreheads, and the hinder legs of goats, on which they gamboled merrily about the woods and fields.
Jerry had reinterpreted the original Nijinsky Faun, contemporized it and placed it in a ballet studio.
One could almost imagine his Faun had strayed into the Firebird's world.
In fact, we have recently recruited for a brand new position at FAUN Trackway, a tender and sales support coordinator and the successful applicant will be supporting the Access and Environment sector.
Lewis, in his essay "Sometimes Fairy Stories May Say Best What's to Be Said," describes some images that appeared in his imagination, including that of "a faun carrying an umbrella," and how he began to arrange them into a narrative.
The Disney guys said to me, 'We kind of feel like you are Faun so just sing it like yourself.
Based on the poem by Stephane Mallarme, The Afternoon of a Faun, Claude Debussy wrote the piece in just one single movement at the age of 32.
Congenital localized hypertrichosis, called faun tail, is a hypertrichosis characterized by localized thick, coarse hair growth in the lumbosacral area, and there is a possible association with spinal defects.
Adams goes on to suggest that "The arrest of motion is accomplished most often and most directly in Faulkner's work by imagery in which the dynamic quality of life is immediately and sharply opposed to artificial stasis" (11-12), and he offers The Marble Faun as an example of this theme.
This essay explores in more detail the extent to which Hawthorne's love of Dutch art influenced the way in which he explored the principles and function of art in The Marble Faun.
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