The Puppeteer's Apprentice

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Language: English

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Opening in the interwar period of the United Kingdom, during the late 1930s, and continuing to the early days of World War II. Arrows to move,A to Select and Attack a... The miracle of Jeanne Le Ber is said to bring pleasure "as if the recluse herself had sent to all those families whom she did not know some living beauty, a blooming rose-tree, or a shapely fruit-tree in fruit"; in the same passage "the people" are said to receive miracles not as evidence or proof but as "the actual flowering of desire" (136-37).

Pages: 192

Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books; Reprint edition (October 1, 2004)

ISBN: 0689844255

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