... mountain caverns. Such, too, are the fairies whom men have seen in lonely and secluded places. Some of these beings are of a very low order of life, almost like the higher order of plants, save that they possess independent motion. Others are very... A Wanderer in the Spirit Lands - Page 103by A. Farnese - 1913 - 286 pagesFull view
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Arthur Conan Doyle - Fiction - 2006 - 196 pages
...they possess independent motion. Others are very lively and full of grotesque, unmeaning tricks. ... As nations advance and grow more spiritual these lower...first to doubt and then to deny that they ever had any existence. ' ' This is one plausible way of explaining the disappearance of the faun, the dryad,...