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This species of enchantment lasted until their majesties had retired into the palace.
I was in a dismal state by this time; indeed, I was hardly enough in my right mind to keep the run of a dispute that sprung up as to how I had better be killed, the possibility of the killing being doubted by some, because of the enchantment in my clothes.
At these words the genius did all he could to get out, but he could not, because of the enchantment of the lid.
When the day came on which the sentence was to be executed, it was the last day of the six years in which she must not speak or laugh, and now she had freed her dear brothers from the power of the enchantment.
As I gazed upon it I felt a spell of overpowering fascination--it was Mars, the god of war, and for me, the fighting man, it had always held the power of irresistible enchantment.
For a week, just like any form of Mouled celebrations, Egyptians have been gathering in Al Hussien square where food is distributed, games are performed, Islamic enchantments are sang, and traditional "Tanoura" dancers roam the place to revive his memory.
Curry listed as examples of such metaphorical or ordinary enchantments nature, love, ritual, art, sports, food, and learning ("Enchantment" 101).
In fact, chapter three, "Truth's Enchantments," contains a catalogue of "guidelines to enchanted truth as given from the good anarchistic guidelines to the gift of truth," a catalogue that Ross repeats from one of his previous books.
Set in the contemporary social world of Oxford, The Last Enchantments follows Yale graduate William Baker, his academic friends, and the intelligent young woman who turns his life upside down.
Fantastic mask-wearing spirits populate the island of The Tempest and a bare-chested Ariel fluidly moves around the treetops and plains to weave his enchantments on the unsuspecting shipwrecked survivors of the storm.
The plot is filled with action, with enchantments, battles, hidden identities, faeries, magic, and above all fun.