Alternative terms for "The lady with the lamp"
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Literary usage of The lady with the lamp
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1898)
"XII.1 'the lady with the lamp.' ' Thus thought I, as by night I read Of the great army of the dead, The trenches cold and damp, The starved and frozen camp. ..."
2. Florence Nightingale, the Angel of the Crimea: A Story for Young People by Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards (1909)
"the lady with the lamp. Whene'er a noble deed is wrought,* Whene'er is spoken a noble thought, Our hearts, in glad surprise, To higher levels rise. ..."
3. Journalistic London: Being a Series of Sketches of Famous Pens and Papers of by Joseph Hatton (1882)
"... Journals—Amenities of the Press on both sides of the Atlantic— The Lady with the Lamp—Sketch of the Career of Mr. Labouchere— Crimping American Citizens ..."
4. The American Normal Readers: Fifth Book by May Louise Harvey (1912)
"... the lady with the lamp A Lady with a Lamp shall stand In the great history of the land • A noble type of good Heroic womanhood. ..."
5. The English Illustrated Magazine (1904)
"The cries of ostlers in Emmanuel 1 "the lady with the lamp" By MAJOR A. ST. JOHN SEALLY ("The Lady with the Lamp" was the familiar appellation by which ..."
6. The Life of Florence Nightingale by Sarah A. Southall Tooley (1905)
"Longfellow paid his beautiful tribute to the lady with the lamp in verses which impel quotation, familiar as they are:— So in that house of misery, ..."
7. The Carter Intermediate Readers by Anna H. Carter (1914)
"the lady with the lamp Whene'er a noble deed is wrought, Whene'er is spoken a noble thought, Our hearts in glad surprise To higher levels rise. ..."
8. Ancient, Curious and Famous Wills by Virgil McClure Harris (1911)
"She was known by the various names of "The Lady-in-Chief," "The Lady with the Lamp," "The Lady of the Crimea," in reference to the service she rendered ..."