- n a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers
- n the enchanted realm of fairies
- She is born on Midsummer's Day, when legend held that Lordly Ones walked the earth to steal earth-children, leave faery changelings in their stead.
- Lord Dunsany takes childish pride in the sag of his coat and the splay of his collar, what time he gets lost on a golden road to nowhere, beholding faery sights.
- Last week he showed to newsgatherers a model which he had designed for next month's Machine Age Exposition in Manhattana little structure like a faery crystal palace strung .
News & Articles
- Take Your Kids On A Trip TO Faeryland
Enjoy all the whimsy and magic of a trip to Faeryland. Take the whole family to an interactive show at A Faery Hunt.
June 24, 2013 - CBS 2 Los Angeles
- Jack B Yeats in Toronto Star
Yeats said he gathered folk tales from one Paddy Flynn of Ballysadare, "which is, he was wont to say, `the most gentle' - whereby he meant faery - `place in the whole of County Sligo.' "