92 The Book of Indoor and Outdoor Games
"A diamond circlet, and from under this, A veil that seemed no more than gilded air Falls by each fair ear—an Eastern gauze With seeds of pearl." Question 6:
"At church in silks and satins fine." Question 7:
"Diamonds to fasten the hair, and diamonds to fasten the sleeves; Laces to drop from their rays like A powder of snow from the eaves." Question 8:
"In gloss of satin, and shimmer of pearls." Question 9:
"With her Norman cap, her kirtle of blue, and her ear-rings Brought in olden times from France." Question 10:
"In a college gown that clad her like an April daffodilly." Question 11:
"Clad all in faded silk."
It seems but fair to give an added word of explanation. The women whose toilets are thus exquisitely given are characters in the works of well-known poets. The solution is to give name of character and poet.
5. Camilla—in "Golden Slipper"—Tennyson.