Essay on Magic

‘When No Man Was His Own’: Magic and Self-Discovery in The Tempest

? ‘When No Man Was His Own’: Magic and Self-Discovery in The Tempest In the article, ‘When No Man Was His Own’: Magic and Self-Discovery in The Tempest, Ellen R. Belton explains, in detail, the way Prospero’s magic helps characters find their true identities (128). Belton writes that Prospero’s magic has two sides: manipulation of […]

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The Magic of Thinking Big

THE MAGIC OF THINKING BIG This wonderful book authored by Dr. David Schwartz reveals the secrets of SUCCESS. The SUCCESS for which we strive all our life only to find that at times that harder we try to achieve our goal…the more difficult it gets. In this world where only the toughest survive and flourish, […]

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Black Magic Retold by S.E. Schlosser

When Rachel and Geoffrey returned from the elopement, they threw a big ball and invited everyone in town. While Rachel was waltzing with her father, she heard a clap of thunder. Lightning flashed again and again. Suddenly, the double doors blew open and a breeze whirled in, bringing with it the smell of dead, decaying […]

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The Magic Porridge Pot

Once there was a good little girl who lived alone with her mother in a small house in a little village near a big forest. They were poor and had nothing left to eat. One day the little girl went into the forest to look for mushrooms for dinner, and met an old woman who […]

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Story and Details Regarding the Magic Barrel

Bernard Malamud 1914-1986 American novelist and short story writer. The following entry provides criticism on Malamud’s works from 1975 through 1999. See alsoBernard Malamud Criticism (Volume 1), and Volumes 2, 3, 5, 9, 11, 27. INTRODUCTION Malamud is considered one of the most prominent figures in Jewish-American literature. His stories and novels, in which reality and fantasy are frequently interlaced, have been […]

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