Lower down the slopes of Parnassus, even Shakespeare published anonymously.
What do you look for in a great bookstore, and what is the future of independent bookstores, like your Parnassus Books?
I have not vainly attempted to ascend to the steeps of Parnassus.
From a dungeon she lifted him to Parnassus, lifted him to the top.
A farewell dance was given on Parnassus in honour of the travellers, and all turned out in their best array and gayest spirits.
I have still a word to say about the poor of our own parish of Parnassus.
Near by, between the theater and the stadium, Parnassus gives back to your cry a swift and sharp echo.
But there is room, as I hope, for many kinds of music-makers in the fields about Parnassus.
In the Voyage to Parnassus Quevedo is rallied upon his lameness with a freedom which only a friend might take.
This line is quoted in England's Parnassus with the reading "ripest."
late 14c., from Latin, from Greek Parnassos, mountain in central Greece, sacred to Apollo and the Muses, thus symbolic of poetry. Room writes that the name is from Hittite parna "abode." Related: Parnassian.