It is that which most attracts and enchains the interest of the child when he first sees a fish.
The people are superstitious, and it is superstition which enchains them.
It enchains him for life; I have seen it in too many cases—I am not mistaken.
Rousseau enchains passion in its service, as Madame de la Fayette, as even Prévost, had not been able to do before.
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