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It is the true Arcadia, where you find refined and cultivated natures busying themselves with the simplest toils.
THE MINISTER'S WOOINGHARRIET BEECHER STOWE
Even in the second century, when Pausanias visited Arcadia, he found what seem to have been human sacrifices to Zeus.
MYTH, RITUAL, AND RELIGION, VOL. 1ANDREW LANG
“Et ego in Arcadia vixi” would be no empty boast upon my grave.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. XXII (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Though inclosed by hills, Arcadia was a horse feeding, therefore relatively not a poor country.
STUDIES ON HOMER AND THE HOMERIC AGE, VOL. 1 OF 3W. E. GLADSTONE
From its rich pastures, Arcadia was originally well adapted for Pelasgian inhabitants.
STUDIES ON HOMER AND THE HOMERIC AGE, VOL. 1 OF 3W. E. GLADSTONE
We live in the twentieth century under artificial conditions, and it's no use pretending it's Arcadia and the simple life.
THE BEAUTYMRS. WILSON WOODROW
Well, it was fortune, and he must accept it; he was all the more eager now to make a second call at Arcadia House.
THE DOOMSMANVAN TASSEL SUTPHEN
Yes, he would hold his own against these vandals of commercialism, while one brick of Arcadia House remained upon another.
THE DOOMSMANVAN TASSEL SUTPHEN
In spite of that brave "to-morrow," it was several days before Constans found opportunity to revisit Arcadia House.
THE DOOMSMANVAN TASSEL SUTPHEN
It was a broad, low-ceilinged apartment, and served as a common living-room to the master of Arcadia House and his guests.
THE DOOMSMANVAN TASSEL SUTPHEN

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