The underground scene and Allerleirauh, however, dissolved, as did Exquisit and sibylle.
sibylle is a fanciful young person, who from her earliest childhood dreams of impossible things.
One of these novels, sibylle, excited the anger of George Sand.
George Sand gives, in this novel, the counterpart of sibylle.
Feuillet did not abandon the novel, and in 1862 he achieved a great success with sibylle.
"woman supposed to possess powers of prophecy, female soothsayer," c.1200, from Old French sibile, from Latin Sibylla, from Greek Sibylla, name for any of several prophetesses consulted by ancient Greeks and Romans, of uncertain origin. Said to be from Doric Siobolla, from Attic Theoboule "divine wish."