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changeling

a child believed to have been exchanged by fairies for the parents' true child
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The Changeling is at Shakespeare's Globe until March 1.
Rick, Roxy and Tiago are changelings growing up in the magical realm of Avalon.
It is in this setting that we meet two ugly changeling children, Bartholomew and Hetty Kettle, the offspring of a faery Sidhe father and English mother (as changelings they are despised, vulnerable to be seized and hanged).
Toyah Willcox has chosen Middlesbrough Theatre to launch the latest leg of her tour, celebrating the 30th anniversary of her album, The Changeling.
Toyah who was born in Kings Heath, rose to fame as a punk singer during the early 1980s and has recently been back on the road performing hits from her best selling albums Anthem and The Changeling.
After directing the terrific Gran Torino, Invictus and The Changeling, Clint Eastwood crashes back to earth with an absolute clunker, scripted by Peter 'The Queen' Morgan.
That's not to say Steve is a werewolf - although obviously you can never be quite sure - but the snarling critters are the stars of his Changeling series of novels for young readers.
Changeling saisit le reel d'une epoque, cette periode precise d'invention politique locale: veritable Americana, a portee universelle, parce que traversee par l'abstraction elliptique du conte.
Denis McLod noticed the small tell-tale birthmark glyph on the left side of Amy's jaw line - the mark of a changeling.
The myth of the changeling child brings to mind the poet Yeats who imagined how fairies might lure children away from their homes and families when he wrote "The Stolen Child": "Come away O human child
His chosen work, Changeling 2, is a series of oil paintings showing his 12-year-old daughter at different stages of her life.
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