Every naturalist concealed within him a lover of idylls or eclogues.
The hours we have spent together reading the Idylls of the King!
His descriptive letters to Badollet read like the “Idylls of a Faun.”
So he came, with the subject of his Idylls simmering in his mind.
Show how all these are blended together in the Idylls of the King.
It is desirable that the class be familiar with all of the Idylls.
Examples may be taken, almost at random, from the Idylls of the King.
We close it as we close the Idylls with the King's mournful cry in our ears.
Nowhere else in the Idylls has he departed so widely from his model.
Thus I found also a great deal of gratification in Gessner's Idylls.