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Daphne admitted, and a
flood of the warmest l
ove reached Hermon's ea
rs in her agitated tone
s, while, greatly perpl
exed, he wondered with
increasing anxiety whet
her the stern critic Pr
oclus had really been s
erious in the extravaga
nt eulogium, so alien t
o his reputation in the
city. Myrtilus, too, h
ad admired the head of
his Demeter, and--this
he himself might admit-
-he had succeeded in it
, and yet ought not the
figure, with its too p
ronounced inclination f
orward, which, it is tr
ue, corresponded with D
aphne's usual bearing,
Arachne — Complete by Ebers, Georg, 1837-1898