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And Perseus and the Nymphs sat down seven days, and waited 26 PERSEUS pale, the till trembling, Nymph came up again and her eyes dazzled with the in the dreary darkness Then ; ; and her face was light, for she had been long but in her hand was the magic hat. and wept over him a long while but he was only impatient to be gone. And at last they put the hat upon his head, and he vanished out of the all Nymphs kissed Perseus, ; their sight. But Perseus went on boldly, many an ugly sight, far away into the heart of the Unshapen Land, beyond the streams of Ocean, to the isles past where no ship cruises, where is neither night nor day, where a name saw the it till ; glitter was time nothing is in its right place, and nothing has he heard the rustle of the Gorgons' wings and of their brazen talons; and then he to halt, lest Medusa should freeze him knew that into stone.
Then he passed many a barbarous tribe, Paeons came to the Ister stream, he walked across the Ister the Thracian mountains, and and Dardans and Triballi, till he and the dreary Scythian plains. And dry-shod, and away through the moors day and night toward the bleak north-west, turning neither to the right hand nor the left, till he came to the and fens, Unshapen Land, and the place which has no name. " a There was no upon the Neither rocks. foam, but hair it fell but for all from one they sat warmer in its claws.
So he said " Oh, venerable mothers, wisdom Sisters come and the bones in the that they could not see her beams. The than better a fly, not a nor seagull dare to the other, but for all for times were around them, not seal them of the three Grey above their heads. the old Why living thing the ice should clutch in " ; : of old age. You therefore should know many is the daughter things. " Then one cried, " Who is this who reproaches us with old " ? And another, " This is the voice of one of the children age to if of men.
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