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(Sullivan: Iolanthe). Sop. An Arcadian shepherdess and ward in Chancery. She is loved by many—most of the peers in the House of Lords, her guardian the Lord Chancellor, and Strephon, son of Iolanthe, who is the one she loves. Duet (with Strephon): None shall part us from each other. Created (1882) by Leonora Braham.

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