…I wish your worship had, along with Amadis of Gaul, sent her the worthy Don Rugel of Greece, for I know the Lady Luscinda would greatly relish Daraida and Garaya, and the shrewd sayings of the shepherd Darinel, and the admirable verses of his bucolics, sung and delivered by him with such sprightliness, wit, and ease; but a time may come when this omission can be remedied, and to rectify it nothing more is needed than for your worship to be so good as to come with me to my village, for…
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In their wake fell a strange and bucolic calm, as if it were just another summer day, and nothing out of the ordinary had happened.
Ransom Riggs -- Hollow City
They still lived in the bucolic county where they grew up, and they went to football games and bar association dinners.