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    Lumière started to run. He was sure the enchantress didn't even see him, but running seemed a good option at the threat. Lumière made ran down the hall and stopped at the first door he saw, quickly opening it and rushing in, the candelabra in his hand lighting the room. A groan escaped from the bed in the room. “Is it morning already?” the familiar british voice mumbled from his bed. It was Cogsworth. “No- no, not at all. Cogsworth, we’re going to be turned into objects!” Lumière said, fear evident in his voice. Cogsworth finally sat up out of his bed, his hair messy and everywhere. “What?” he said quickly, looking to Lumière, who set the candelabra onto the night stand instead of continuing to hold it. “Prince Adam has angered a witch! She’s cursed him and she’s cursing us! She’s going…

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    Once upon a time there lived a Merchant in a small village. The Merchant was going through hard times and he stole from the Townspeople. One day The Merchant was feeling extra greedy that day and wanted more than what the Townspeople had, he wanted the sacred necklace from The Enchantress. He heard that the necklace was worth more than 10,000 pieces of gold. If he took the necklace he would never have to steal again he would be rich. So that same night he plotted his plan and according to…

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    Victor Herbert (1859-1924). At age 19 he had played as a cellist with every major orchestra in Germany. He was one of the greatest influences on American theater, bringing it from vaudeville to more operatic, story-based works. His first composition which showed he was a reputable composer was his Suite for Cello and Orchestra, Op.3. Herbert’s works were known for their mix of European Romanticism and American Tradition. He also worked as the composer of the first original background film score…

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    In the beginning of the story the enchantress catches the husband of the pregnant woman stealing rampions out of her garden and accuses him of theft. While pleading for his life, the enchantress softens up and says to him "If the case be as you say, I will allow you to take away with you as much rampion as you will, only I make one condition, you must give me the child which your wife will bring into the world. It shall be well treated, and I will care for it like a mother." (Grimm). The…

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    responsibility to protect their wives, daughters and mothers from the danger of our societies. In “Rapunzel”, after the enchantress steals Rapunzel, she traps the young girl in a tower for 18 years “that had neither stairs nor doors, but only a little window at the very top” (Grimm 19). Rapunzel forcefully being trapped in a tower once again shows women’s frailty over men. The enchantress can be analyzed as a powerful woman with men like characteristics, having control over poor little Rapunzel.…

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    don’t call girls back after the first date. Men aren’t held to the same standards today in comparison to medieval times and it’s quite a tragedy. Women were also different back in medieval times. In Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, there were two types of women that the knights devoted to, the damsel in distress and the enchantress. The knights would either save the damsel and live happily ever after or be tricked by the enchantress. All in all, romance is…

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    2018 The Worst Part of Being A Colored Lady Year by year, every two months, the hairdresser, that I nicknamed Beauty Enchantress because she became more skilled at doing hair. Beauty Enchantress continues to say “It’s time for a touch up; your hair too thick, too many tangles, knots, hard to manage. Ever since, I have said “Yes”, or well, perhaps was forced to say yes by Mom, of…

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    How Did Medea Succeed

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    Medea was an Enchantress that was the granddaughter of the God of the Sun, Helios. She was the daughter of King Aeetes of Colchis and an Oceanid, Idyia. She was the wife of Jason, Leader of the Argonauts, and mother of his two children. Medea had helped Jason obtain the Golden Fleece, the skin of a winged ram of Zeus. To get the fleece, she helped him through several challenges, which included fire­breathing oxen and dragon teeth. After retrieving the fleece and sailing away, they were pursued…

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    adventure film. For example, in the movie Enchantress wants to destroy humanity by reviving her brother and creating a deadly machine; this causes supernatural events to occur. Since Amanda Waller is responsible for imprisoning her and letting her escape off her watch, Waller initiates Task Force X (nicknamed Suicide Squad by Deadshot). Their mission is to rescue a special operative in a building in midway and Waller does not disclose the full truth about Enchantress and the supernatural events…

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    Sapphire chuckled. “Yeah!” As Sapphire got settled into her seat, she glanced over at Jack. He seemed to have a certain vibe that she didn’t remember feeling with anyone else. His eyes were not a dull grey, and he seemed to be in control of all his decisions. “Is it possible that he isn’t under the control of the enchantress?” Sapphire whispered quietly to herself. Taking out a water bottle, Sapphire turned to Jack, “So, Why are you going to D.C.?” she asked her new friend, taking a swing…

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