It was a young Greek, who professed great admiration for the mage.
But the mage was even with him, or rather he was 'odds and evens.'
There is a strange inconsistency in what Mr. Tal- mage says.
We presently took our leave of the mage, promising to call next day, and bring a policeman.
She makes the acquaintance of a Chaldsean mage of magnetic personality called Heliobas.
A certain stiffness of demeanour, which we had noticed, but ascribed to pride, worked an unspeakable change in the mage.
Mr. Tal- mage, true to the fawning, cringing spirit of ortho- doxy, lauds the living queen and cruelly maligns the genius dead.
After a frantic chase Jambres (late 'the mage') paused, breathless, in front of a building of portentous proportions.
So indeed it proved, for the mage began rapidly to divest himself of his mysterious swathings.
Swinburne, master of music and mage of imagination, was in no sense a practical dramatist.