Sunday, October 2, 2016

In Order to Bring the Combat to a Speedy Conclusion, Bogoris Aimed a Powerful Stroke at the Heads of the Monster, Which Would Assuredly Have Separated Both from the Trunk, and so Have Extirpated the Sorcerer and All Remembrance of Him from the Earth, if the Sylant, at the Very Moment the Stroke Fell, Had Not Soared into the Air (1850)

Anthony Reubens Montalba, “The Dragon Giant and His Stone Steed” Fairy Tales from All Nations. Twenty-four Illustrations by Richard Doyle (New York: Harper and Brother, 1850), 144.