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“The story of Pygmalion and his statue is in all probability an allegory. Pygmalion was a virtuous and honorable man, who became disgusted with the vice of the women of Cyprus, and would have nothing to do with them; having brought up a ward with much care and virtue, he fell in love with her and married her.” —Bulfinch, 1897


Thomas Bulfinch, The Age of Fable (Philadelphia: Henry altemus Company, 1897) 81


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