But Dionysia had sworn to herself, as she came, that nothing should turn her aside from her purpose.
She had to remain in the form of a sea serpent because of Dionysia's neglect.
The eager zeal of the woman had, at least, this advantage,—that it prevented Dionysia from giving way to her painful thoughts.
Compare the procession in the Panathena and Dionysia, supra, p. 248.
So your aunt was to have lived here—the divine, the fascinating Dionysia, as I remember her years ago.
A sob, which Dionysia could not suppress, made Blangin start.
Dionysia sailed and sailed in the little ship and at last it bore her to a lovely island.
It was then that the jailer had handed him the prisoner's letter for Dionysia.
What can have happened to Dionysia, that she does not come back?
If he is so dear to you, how could you dare read the letter he had written to Dionysia?