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Valkyrie on Twitter: "The Robe of Feathers. Japanese Folktale #FolkloreThursday https://t.co/ymn38vBhks https://t.co/K1mBtZ4UkV"

Damayanti choosing a husband. 'Nala and Damayanti' from “Indian myth and legend” (1913). Illustration by Warwick Goble

Damayanti choosing a husband. 'Nala and Damayanti' from “Indian myth and legend” (1913). Illustration by Warwick Goble

Damayanti and the Swan. 'Nala and Damayanti' from “Indian myth and legend” (1913). Illustration by Warwick Goble

Damayanti and the Swan. 'Nala and Damayanti' from “Indian myth and legend” (1913). Illustration by Warwick Goble

001-Sita se encuentra con rama entre las flores de loto-Indian myth and legend 1913-Warwick Goble | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

001-Sita se encuentra con rama entre las flores de loto-Indian myth and legend 1913-Warwick Goble | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Alceste and the God of Love - ill. 29, p. 550 Legend of Good Women, The Modern Reader’s Chaucer: The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Tatlock, John S.P. & Percy MacKaye, editors. Warwick Goble, illustrator. New York Macmillan 1912

Alceste and the God of Love - ill. 29, p. 550 Legend of Good Women, The Modern Reader’s Chaucer: The Complete Poetical Works of Geoffrey Chaucer. Tatlock, John S.P. & Percy MacKaye, editors. Warwick Goble, illustrator. New York Macmillan 1912

'How is it that you have returned so soon'- ''Indian Myth and Legend'' by Donald. A. Mackenzie. Published by The Gresham Publishing co.(London).1913, Illustrations by Warwick Goble

'How is it that you have returned so soon'- ''Indian Myth and Legend'' by Donald. A. Mackenzie. Published by The Gresham Publishing co.(London).1913, Illustrations by Warwick Goble

Warwick Goble | Damayanti and the Swan | For L.B. Day's "Folk Tales of Bengal" (MacMillan, 1912)

Warwick Goble | Damayanti and the Swan | For L.B. Day's "Folk Tales of Bengal" (MacMillan, 1912)

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