1 She was a great believer in Magic.
2 It's Magic," said Mary, "but not black.
3 And this was not the half of the Magic.
4 Mary had thought he meant something about Magic.
5 I've heard about Magic in India, but I can't make it.
6 Even if it isn't real Magic," Colin said, "we can pretend it is.
7 I believe Dickon knows some Magic, but perhaps he doesn't know he knows it.
8 "It was Magic which sent the robin," said Mary secretly to Dickon afterward.
9 There really was a sort of Magic about Dickon, as Mary always privately believed.
10 The moor was blue and the whole world looked as if something Magic had happened to it.
11 The great scientific discoveries I am going to make," he went on, "will be about Magic.
12 She felt that his Magic was working all the afternoon and making Colin look like an entirely different boy.
13 "It's same Magic as made these ere work out o th earth," and he touched with his thick boot a clump of crocuses in the grass.
14 Of course there must be lots of Magic in the world," he said wisely one day, "but people don't know what it is like or how to make it.
15 Mary Lennox had heard a great deal about Magic in her Ayah's stories, and she always said that what happened almost at that moment was Magic.
16 Then he stood looking at the handle of the spade as if there might be Magic in it, and then he began to dig again and said nothing for several minutes.
17 Secretly she quite believed that Dickon worked Magic, of course good Magic, on everything near him and that was why people liked him so much and wild creatures knew he was their friend.
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