giantess


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a female giant

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It is the flame-wrapped giantess of Jane's earlier vision, this time "part naked," beckoning him enter--"He did not dare disobey" (382).
If you found the watermelon mugs, you'd meet Philly native Murphy, who's about to enroll in Yale Drama School, and her magical-realist Giantess, about a young woman named Dee so devoted to caring for her frail grandmother that she forgets about herself--until a 30-foot girl strides into her life.
Small wonder that Gozitan folklore claims the island's ancient temples honour a giantess with a bottom that makes Kim Kardashian look anorexic.
To gaze At the African giantess Rising out of the ice She might be my mother lost She is Like Cleopatra In the cat's cream Her hip dipped Her buttock protruding From her cool bath.
She is a dying giantess, a vast and impressive salle des machines shrouded in cobwebs and 22 years of neglect.
The first UK exhibition dedicated to Carrington in over 20 years, focuses on how the artist developed her unique branch of surrealism, evident in works such as The Giantess (c.
It explores sustainable light, using material inspired by Anglesey's Neolithic site Barclodiad y Gawres -Welsh for apronful of the giantess - on a headland at Cable Bay, Llanfaelog.
There is so much going on in the three hour running time, most of it summed up in the head-spinning bravura of "Your Fault,''that it might seem abstruse at times in keeping up with the countless reversals of fortune, especially after Ned Cheesman's sturdy Narrator is dispatched of by the Giantess, but it's a journey you will be glad you took.
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A giantess aging three times the normal rate, Celia Doom experiences firsthand the horrified harshness of a world displeased with her appearance.
Perhaps we are witnessing the gentle evolution of a giantess as opposed to the devolution of a retro-pastiche.
A man the size of a flea plants a kiss on the nipple of a giantess as though it were a flag upon a virgin peak.
More importantly, the Mountain represents the female counterpart of the Giant Paterson, "a giantess, stretching against the man-city" (Conarroe 100):
However, what is particularly good about this text is that there is included a story of a clever female giantess Ida who defeats the morally dubious humans.
Jormungand was the child of the trickster god, Loki, and the giantess Angrboda.