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THE MAGIC WAND

plied, because by means of his magic wand he could summon splendid pageants, filled with color, and magic and entrancing story, through which his hours of recreation were made delightful.
Thus Prospero's magic wand meant Strength, Knowledge, Pleasure.
How would you like to go in search of this mysterious island, in the midst of an enchanted sea, and find there the Magic Wand, and do with it the marvels that Prospero once performed?
It is not impossible. You need only the eye of Imagination and the Magic Wand of Reading.
By reading, which is given life through power of imagination, you may possess a true Magic Wand that will give you Strength, Knowledge, and Pleasure. Reading gives strength, because through it the mind is sharpened and trained. Thee imagination, which is the power to picture objects and scenes, that are not present before our eyes, grows keen and vivid through reading. Your hand is a wonderful machine, flexible, strong, able to help you in a thousand ways. But a pair of pliers in your hand gives you a power of grasp that human fingers, no matter how strong, cannot possibly equal. Robinson Crusoe, wrecked on a desert island, was able to make a living, though only with difficulty because of his lack of the tools that in a civilized community he would have taken as a matter of course. So the man who is untaught and unread, though far superior to animals, may have his strength immensely increased by the training that books can give. He will find in books the tools by which man's power may be increased, just as the pliers increase the power of your fingers. The Magic Wand of Reading unlocks for you these storehouses of Strength.
With this Magic Wand, also, comes Knowledge. To the ignorant sailors who were wrecked on Prosperds island, the place was but an island inhabited only by strange creatures. Prospero had a wider experience, which enabled him to become the master of the new surroundings that he had to face. What is more, his eyes were opened so that he saw more in the nature

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