Jonathan Strange & Mr. NorrellDVD - 2015
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-Magic cannot tell the future, but it can throw shadows.
Jonathan: I'm very pleased to see you, Arabella.
Arabella: I thought you were dead. Oh, my love. What happened to you?
Jonathan: I am just a reflection.
Jonathan: I'm sorry, I cannot stay long.
Arabella: Why? I don't understand? What...? And where are you?
Jonathan: I'm not entirely sure. I'm not entirely sure I am anywhere.
Wellington: What I chiefly require, sir, is more artillery and more men. Can you make them appear?
Officer: Now, if we were to take the 7th up along the hill...
Wellington: That would take too much time. I'm in a hurry. Where's the magician?
-They believe, with the money they will get for the cannon, they will all be able lo sail back to Naples together in a golden ship. They do not wish to face their mothers and aunts without bringing their relatives back with them. I've heard Italian women are fierce.
Introduction: Some years ago, there was in the city of York a society of magicians. They met up on the third Wednesday of every month and read each other long, dull papers upon the history of English magic. They were gentlemen magicians, which is to say they had never harmed anyone by magic, nor ever done anyone the slightest good. In fact, to own the truth, not one of these magicians had ever cast the smallest spell. Nor by magic caused one leaf to tremble upon a tree, made one mote of dust after its course or changed a single hair upon anyone's head. With this one minor reservation, they enjoyed a reputation as some of the wisest and most magical gentlemen in Yorkshire.
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