She was herself the only Juliet, as she was the only Bianca, and the only Evadne, she had ever seen upon any stage.
Evadne gathered them, and reunited they formed the lyre of Apollo.
Then, whether for Deutch's or Ingham's sake, or for Evadne's, there was something oppressive in the sunshine.
"Then I will climb up hither and bring you the fruits," said Evadne.
Trembling still, and not knowing how to relate it, Evadne stammered forth some words of her history.
They led to the likeness of his Evadne, of his dear Heroine.
Sir Julius, after the suppression of Evadne, made him the little tiniest well-bred ghost of an oration.
Even if he had lost heart for that taxi-ride up the river with Evadne!
The old man continued his discourse, but Evadne's thoughts had flown away towards the lost temple.
And then from long habit, he glanced at Evadne's empty place.