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Wang 1 Susan Wang Wyrauch English 1 Honors 18 January 2006 Powerful Passage “As she bent over, she felt the talisman on her chest and realized in a flash that this was the price she would have to pay for the eggs. No, she thought. To sacrifice it meant giving up the prodigious powers of protection she attributed to the carved bone, the shaman’s gift. She had never had anything as magical as that amulet. It was much more important to her than the eggs, whose purpose she could not even guess. Those eggs would save the People of the Mist. At last she sighed and opened her eyes. She removed the talisman from her neck and places it in the nest. Then she reached out and touched one of them; this time she lifted it with no effort at all.” (298) “He could leave the first two, which were not of much help at the moment, but he could not give up the magic flute, his instrument of power, he had inherited from his famous grandfather. Without that, he was lost. Then he realized that this water of health was the
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course ENGLISH 1 taught by Professor Mrlee during the Spring '99 term at Shanghai University.

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