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by Nina Beachcroft

Under the Enchanter download ebook
ISBN:
0330256483
ISBN13:
978-0330256483
Author:
Nina Beachcroft
Publisher:
Piccolo Pan Books; New Ed edition (1979)
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112 pages
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1783 kb
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1753 kb
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She moved her hands, wiggling her fingers. Her body was stiff like it hadn’t budged for days. At least she was able to move. At least she was able to move without pain. She only felt extreme exhaustion. Slowly turning her head, she saw a woman with short black hair reading a book that had obviously seen better days. Her olive skin looked beautiful in the sunlight. She had one leg against her chest, while the other curled under the chair

The Enchanter is translated from Vladimir Nabokov’s unpublished work entitled Volshebnik.

The Enchanter is translated from Vladimir Nabokov’s unpublished work entitled Volshebnik.

Beachcroft's books are in the children's dream genre, including witches, genies and other magic character types getting together with human kids.

Nina Beachcroft (given birth to 1931) can be an English writer, who have specialises in children’s dream novels. Beachcroft was created in 1931, little girl of the article writer Thomas Owen (. Beachcroft's books are in the children's dream genre, including witches, genies and other magic character types getting together with human kids. Neil Philip in the London Occasions describes her marvelous plots as having "non-e from the portentous mysticism of several from the vogue fantasies from the sixties and seventies. rather she uses magic gently to explore the theme of control.

The Enchanter will indeed enchant

The Enchanter will indeed enchant. It is a strange, strange thing-and strangest of all, perhaps, is that, under the pretext of discussing something remarkable, I am merely seeking justification for my guilt. Thus, more or less, fidgeted his thoughts.

Nina Beachcroft is an English writer, who specialises in children's fantasy novels. Beachcroft's novels are in the children's fantasy genre, including witches, genies and other magic characters interacting with human children

Nina Beachcroft is an English writer, who specialises in children's fantasy novels. Beachcroft's novels are in the children's fantasy genre, including witches, genies and other magic characters interacting with human children. Neil Philip in the London Times describes her magical plots as having "none of the portentous mysticism of many of the vogue fantasies of the sixties and seventies. instead she uses magic lightly to explore the theme of control. Well Met by Witchlight ( Heinemann, 1972); Atheneum Books, 1973. Under the Enchanter (Heinemann, 1974). Cold Christmas: A Ghost Story (Heinemann, 1974). A Spell of Sleep (Heinemann, 1976).

Nina Beachcroft (born 1931) is an English writer, who specialises in children's fantasy novels. Beachcroft was born in 1931, daughter of the writer Thomas Owen (. She was educated at Wimbledon High School and St Hilda's College Oxford 1950–53. In 1954 she married Richard Gardner, with whom she had two daughters.

The Enchanter is the Ur-Lolita, the precursor to Nabokov's classic novel

The Enchanter is the Ur-Lolita, the precursor to Nabokov's classic novel. At once hilarious and chilling, it tells the story of an outwardly respectable man and his fatal obsession with certain pubescent girls, whose coltish grace and subconscious coquetry reveal, to his mind, a special bud on the verge of bloom. The Enchanter is the Ur-Lolita, the precursor to Nabokov's classic novel.

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