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  • That may not matter with a series like Harry Potter, in which each installment has its own narrative arc, but this first volume of Amulet is definitely only part of a whole.

    A Somewhat Familiar Unfamiliar World

  • The Arabic equivalent of the word Amulet means "that which is suspended."

    Three Thousand Years of Mental Healing

  • "Amulet" is about the adventures of a family which, following the death of the father, moves into a spooky house.

    Drawn to Fantasy

  • Several "Amulet" illustrations pay homage to R2-D2 from "Star Wars" as well as some images from Mr. Miyazaki's films.

    Drawn to Fantasy

  • Grasshopper, "and in the following month Mr. Hall wrote" Enclosed you will receive L5, for your contributions to the 'Amulet' and the

    Life and Remains of John Clare "The Northamptonshire Peasant Poet"

  • The "Amulet," or the "Omelet," just as you like, was a financial success.

    Kent Knowles: Quahaug

  • 'The part of the Amulet which is lost,' said the beautiful voice, 'was broken and ground into the dust of the shrine that held it.

    The Story of the Amulet

  • In the "Amulet," Hendrick Conscience has worked up an incident which occurred at Antwerp, in the 16th century, into a story of great power and deep interest.

    The Amulet

  • Souza closes the album with "Amulet," a hauntingly tender wordless song by Paul Simon that he introduced to her when they worked together in 2008 at a Brooklyn Academy of Music concert.

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  • Simon says her version of "Amulet" impressed him so much that he's considering including the song as a guitar piece on his next album.

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