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Leonardo Da Vinci
   painted   
Leda and the Swan
1503-07
Cygnus
   constellation represents   
The Swan
Leda
   and   
The Swan
E.B. White
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
The Trumpet of the Swan (2001)
Based on the 1970 book
Charles Vidor
   directed   
The Swan (1956)
Aldous Huxley
   wrote   
After Many a Summer Dies the Swan
1939. This satire explores several philosophical and social issues, some of which would later take the forefront in his final novel Island. The title is taken from the Lord Tennyson poem Tithonus about a figure from Greek mythology to whom Aurora, the goddess of dawn, gave eternal life but not eternal youth. The book was awarded the 1939 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction.
The Order of the Swan
   was founded by   
Friedrich II of Brandenburg
1440
The Swan (1925)
   starred   
Frances Howard, Adolphe Menjou and Ricardo Cortez
Director: Dimitri Buchowetzki. Also starred Ida Waterman, Helen Lindroth & Helen Lee Worthing
Romance of the Violin
   features   
The Swan
Saint-Saens
The Essential Yo-Yo Ma
   features   
The Swan
1995. From Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saëns
Portrait of Yo-Yo Ma
   features   
The Swan
Released 1989. From Carnival of the Animals by Saint-Saëns
After Many a Summer Dies the Swan by Aldous Huxley
   was titled from the literary source   
Tithonus
Lord Alfred Tennyson
Rothbart
   is the villain in   
The Swan Princess
1994, he is an evil sorcerer, voiced by Jack Palance
1852
   was the first publication of   
The Swan’s Nest
Betsy Bears
   wrote   
Summer of the Swans
1971
Swansea City
   football club is known as   
The Swans






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