Elsa


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Elsa

loses Lohengrin on their wedding night when she disobeys his proviso that she never ask him to disclose his identity. [Ger. Legend: “Lohengrin” in Benét, 595]
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When the men trailed into the presence of the ladies for that brief seance on which etiquette insisted before permitting the stampede to the billiard-room, Elsa was not to be seen.
There was an early start for the guns next morning, and as Elsa did not appear at breakfast Martin had to leave without seeing her.
Tom,' she said, as Mr Keith came up, 'I'm so worried about Elsa.
Elsa was not the girl to make a fool of herself, of course, but--He was unwontedly silent at dinner.
I think it 'ighly possible, sir, that Miss Elsa and Mr Barstowe may be on the hisland in the lake, sir.
I think that possibly Miss Elsa and Mr Barstowe might 'ave taken a row out there.
If Elsa has been kept starving all day on that island by that long-haired--Here, come along, Martin.
I think you're a little hard on poor Mr Barstowe, Elsa.
As he was returning from a stroll in the grounds he heard his name called, and saw Elsa lying in the hammock under the trees near the terrace.
Mr Keith desired me to say that he would be glad if Miss Elsa would come and sit with him for a while.
I'll come at once,' said Elsa, stepping from the hammock.
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