The first story penned by a black author to be published in the Atlantic Monthly, "The Goophered Grapevine" would later become the opening piece in Chesnutt's collection of black vernacular tales, The Conjure
Woman, published in 1899.
Entrepreneurs Jay-Z and Ludacris recently released commercials for their separate cognac brands -- D'USSE and Conjure
In fact, Summer Camp, aka Elizabeth Sankey and Jeremy Warmsley, hail from London, conjure
up nostalgia for the 1980s and have recently released their debut album Welcome To Condale.
The opening sentence of "Sao Marcos" constitutes a distancing gesture between the first person narrator and the protagonist in time, place, and beliefs: "At that time I was living in Fried Lizard, and did not believe in conjure
Summary: Police in Dubai have arrested an unemployed man from Syria, 56 years-old, who claims that he has the ability to conjure
the spirit of the late Lebanese singer Suzan Tamim
I WONDER what the words "sweetheart" and "fine person" conjure
up in your mind.
99) covers all the controversies surrounding the legendary explorer who claimed to have seen rocks burn and met bandits who could conjure
Here, he reviews the science behind many people's obsession with music, how music is able to convey and conjure
up emotion, how it is processed by the brain, and how even the musical novice has an inherent ability to recognize musical features such as key, meter, and timbre.
Chireau observes both tension and convergence between Conjure
and religion, a "fluid and constantly shifting" relationship (25).
Crowds still, gather to hear him conjure
up a real or imagined past filled with ancient battles and populated with sinners, prophets, wise sultans, and tricky thieves.
The Irish have shamrock' the Americans have the Star Spangled Banner, but what images does your mind conjure
up when you hear the word 'England' - and why?
Headset (in memory of my mother) Rachmaninoff's Second is upon me;/ I conjure
all the opera music you knew,//how lush your contralto heart, how fine your gloss/of Kansas City piano music; how swift your frock//at the Comus; I watch you cutting papa's/hair; there ain't no hair like his under those deft fingers.