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Brewer's: Invisibility

according to fable, may be obtained in a multitude of ways. For example: Albric's cloak, called Tarnkappe (3 syl.), which Siegfried got possession of, rendered him invisible. (Nibelungen L…

Women's Suffrage: The Invisible Enemy

by Carrie Chapman Catt and Nettie Rogers Shuler The Woman's Hour that Never CameSpecial Handicaps and HazardsThe Invisible EnemyThose invisible influences that were controlling elections; …

Hollow Man

Director:Paul VerhoevenWriter:Andrew MarloweColumbia Pictures; R; 114 minutesRelease:8/00Cast:Elisabeth Shue, Kevin Bacon, Josh Brolin Imagine what would happen if nobody could see you and you…

The Invisible Circus

Director/Writer:Adam BrooksFine Line Features; R; 92 minutesRelease:2/01Cast:Jordan Brewster, Cameron Diaz, Christopher Eccleston At any given moment, there are thousands of young Americans wa…

Brewer's: Invisibles

(1) The Rosicrucians were so called, because they never dared to appear in public. (2) The disciples of Osiander, Flaccius, Illiricus, etc., who denied the perpetual visibility of the Churc…

Brewer's: Church Invisible

(The). Those who are known to God alone as His sons and daughters by adoption and grace. (See Church Visible.) “Oh, may I join the choir invisible.” G. Eliot. Church Militant T…

Brewer's: Ring of Invisibility

(The), which belonged to Otnit, King of Lombardy, given to him by the queen-mother when he went to gain in marriage the soldan's daughter. The stone of the ring had the virtue of directing …

The Celtic Twilight: The Man and His Boots

by W. B. Yeats The Old TownA CowardThe Man and His Boots There was a doubter in Donegal, and he would not hear of ghosts or sheogues, and there was a house in Donegal that had been haunted…

Poems by Emily Dickinson: Invisible

by EmilyDickinsonXXVIXXVIIIInvisible Invisible From us she wandered now a year, Her tarrying unknown; If wilderness prevent her feet, Or that ethereal zone No eye hath seen and lived,…

Edwin Markham: The Invisible Bride

The Invisible BrideEdwin MarkhamThe low-voiced girls that go In gardens of the Lord, Like flowers of the field they grow In sisterly accord.Their whispering feet are white Along the leafy w…