Odysseus gets frisky with Calypso, the sexy nymph of the sea, in this most epic of epic poems.
Dionysus gets crazy with his pet nymphs, the Maenads, in this gruesome Greek tragedy.
Heracles is mega-mad when he loses his boy-lover Hylas to a school of seductive of water nymphs while on Jason's Quest for the Golden Fleece.
This mega-influential collection of myth-y poems includes stories about all kinds of famous nymphs—Eurydice, Io, Daphne, and friends.
The magical and mischievous fairies in this play sure remind us a whole lot of the nymphs of Greek mythology.
In this excerpt from the play Cynthia's Revels, a nymph named Echo mourns the death of Narcissus, her self-obsessed object of obsession.
In response to the death of a friend who drowned, Milton wrote a poem where cold-hearted water nymphs drag a man to his death under the waves.
This whole series for young adults is chock full of nymphs of every kind—nereids, dryads, you name it.