10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAGLIKE»
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Nordic Runes: Understanding, Casting, and Interpreting the ...
Hail falls, blighting a landscape of farms and fields; a haglike face forms in the
sky. Hagalaz, meaning "hail," is a rune of disruption and delay. It suggests a
potentially frustrating time, when your plans are hit by unforeseen difficulties.
Paul Rhys Mountfort, 2003
Thomas Mann and Friedrich Nietzsche: Eroticism, Death, ...
Joseph's own eyes are opened to the extent of his mistress' profound suffering
when, on the eve of Mut's pitiful entreaty to him to sleep with her, he notices the
transformation of her maidenly figure unto a simultaneously haglike and
Caroline Joan Picart, 1999
Great Scenes from Great Novels
A witch is certainly not <j necessity haglike. And yet in the most charming wiiq
one might descry a trace — it does belong to the picture i our minds. Mut's new
body was that of a witch, informs by love and sex, and thus remotely haglike,
Doortje, herself, was a woman of quite sixty, wrinkled, lean, and haglike ; and, I
thought, some care had been taken, in her dress, to increase the effect of this,
certainly her natural appearance. Her cap was entirely of black muslin ; though
James Fenimore Cooper, William Cullen Bryant, 1855
The Bride of the Mistletoe
... locks and let these hang down haglike across her bosom. She banished the
carefully nourished look of youth from her face - dropped the will to look young -
and allowed the forced-back years to rush into it - into the wastage, the wreckage,
James Lane Allen, 1stworld Library, 2005
... which "she began to devise malice." She puts on an old, ragged shawl, a "
garment of hideousness," in which to face him. She loosens her hair so that it
hangs "down haglike across her bosom." She becomes visibly old, almost willing
The Witch in History: Early Modern and Twentieth-Century ...
Nineteenth-century editors, not as committed to making Sycorax into the play's
race lady, were more comfortable with the idea of Sycorax's blue eyes as signs of
moral status. They suggested that blue irises are a sign of haglike malignancy.
Nightmares and Dreamscapes
Janis was leading them, her face twisted into a haglike grimace of hate and
excitement. In frontofthem, the shortorder cook satupwith the boneless ease
ofapuppet. Thebig grin was still on his face. 'Clark, they're coming!' Mary
Being American in Europe, 1750–1860
Women, forced to do the heavy labor, became "prematurely old look hard and
haglike.” Like many other travelers, White argued that Britain and the United
States were the exceptions to this pattern. Only there, she claimed, could one find
In the darker versions of the folklore, the Cwˆn Annwn are frequently seen in the
company of a haglike witch called Matilda of the Night (Mallt-y-Nos) who was
always up to no good. The Wild Hunt The Wild Hunt and the hounds appear in a
Jonathan Maberry, David F. Kramer, 2009
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Will American filmgoers go 'Into the Woods'?
Given the slogan Disney is going with, "Be Careful What You Wish For," and the promotional photos of Streep looking ominously haglike, ... «The Courier-Journal, Dec 14»
'Into the Woods' aims for fairy-tale end
Given the slogan Disney is going with, “Be Careful What You Wish For,” and the promotional photos of Streep looking ominously haglike, ... «Washington Post, Dec 14»