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Bowling Green State University
New York Weekly
v. 16 no. 20
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New York Weekly v. XVI, no. 20, April 11, 1861 (Issue)
Pittman, Thomas Wm.
April 11, 1861
[Psyche, who had often heard of the love-power of Cupid, at first, as she listened to his pleasing sonnet, became alarmed lest she should yield to his fascinating influence; but when she remembered that the "little god" was intruding upon her delightfully secluded retreat, made sacred by love, her women pride came to her rescue, and with scorn and dignity she replied to his flattering address.]|
I know thee well, thou artful God of Love!