creusa enters, accompanied by one of Euripides' characteristic Old Slaves.
creusa, however, endeavored to calm and quiet him by soothing words.
As a reading play, I think "creusa" is the greatest success Whitehead has achieved.
Lastly, on the dish before Miss creusa there reposed three potatoes.
The man has tended creusa from childhood, lives for her and thinks of nothing else; he is utterly without scruple apart from her.
His heart is bleeding at the loss of creusa, of Helen, of Troy.
She sent creusa a wedding-dress, and had her children brought to her to bid them farewell.
Then he looked back, and to his horror creusa was nowhere to be seen.
He went on in this way in a desperate state of agitation and distress, searching everywhere but seeing nothing of creusa.
The Chorus immediately tell creusa what they know of the story.