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But with the dawn of that morning Orc descended in fire, “and in the vineyards of red France appeared the light of his fury.”
WILLIAM BLAKEALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE
Last she calls upon Orc; “Smile, son of my afflictions; arise and give our mountains joy of thy red light.”
WILLIAM BLAKEALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE
Of these two divinities, called in the mythology Los and Enitharmon, is born the man-child Orc.
WILLIAM BLAKEALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE
Los embraces her, and she begets a child in her own image—a Human Shadow, who is named Orc (passion).
WILLIAM BLAKECHARLES GARDNER
One merely gathers, that Orc releases himself in order to marry the shadowy daughter of Urthona,—Ah!
WILLIAM BLAKEIRENE LANGRIDGE
The prelude is the lament of a nameless shadowy female, who rises from out the breast of Orc.
WILLIAM BLAKEIRENE LANGRIDGE
Orc is heard raging on Mount Atlas, where he is chained down with the chain of jealousy.
WILLIAM BLAKEIRENE LANGRIDGE
The battle with the Orc is borrowed from the tale of Perseus.

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION