History Literature / BedknobAndBroomstick

11th Oct '16 8:58:59 PM MarkLungo
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The series inspired the Disney film ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''.

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The series inspired the Disney Creator/{{Disney}} film ''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''.



* TimeTravelRomance: At the end of ''Bonfires and Brooksticks'', Miss Price decides to return to the 17th century with Emelius.

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* TimeTravelRomance: At the end of ''Bonfires and Brooksticks'', Miss Price decides to return to the 17th century with Emelius.Emelius.
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11th Oct '16 8:57:41 PM MarkLungo
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* BurnTheWitch: Emelius's proposed fate when he returns to the 17th century to learn that his house escaped the Great London Fire. He's first subjected to the dunking stool (he survives because his heavy robes trapped air inside of them), then sentenced to burn at the stake.

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* BurnTheWitch: Emelius's proposed fate when he returns to the 17th century to learn that his house escaped the Great London UsefulNotes/{{London}} Fire. He's first subjected to the dunking stool (he survives because his heavy robes trapped air inside of them), then sentenced to burn at the stake.
6th Jan '16 9:12:21 PM spirasen
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A duology of children's fantasy novels by Creator/MaryNorton (who also wrote ''Literature/TheBorrowers'').

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A duology of children's fantasy novels by Creator/MaryNorton Mary Norton (who also wrote ''Literature/TheBorrowers'').
''Literature/TheBorrowers.'')
4th Sep '14 9:11:13 AM FuzzyBoots
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* BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord: The children acquire the bedknob by threatening to reveal Miss Price's witchcraft to the village.

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* BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord: The children acquire the bedknob by threatening to reveal BalefulPolymorph: Miss Price's witchcraft to the village.Price briefly turns Charles into a frog.
4th Sep '14 8:33:11 AM FuzzyBoots
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A duology of children's fantasy novels by Mary Norton (who also wrote ''Literature/TheBorrowers'').

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A duology of children's fantasy novels by Mary Norton Creator/MaryNorton (who also wrote ''Literature/TheBorrowers'').



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** Later, the children are thrilled to learn that Emelius's workroom has one.
* BlitzEvacuees
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BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord: The children acquire the bedknob by threatening to reveal Miss Price's witchcraft to the village.
* BurnTheWitch: Emelius's proposed fate when he returns to the 17th century to learn that his house escaped the Great London Fire. He's first subjected to the dunking stool (he survives because his heavy robes trapped air inside of them), then sentenced to burn at the stake.
* CapturedByCannibals: The dramatic confrontation in the first book involves this, complete with large cookpot.
* CorrespondenceCourse: This is how Miss Price is studying magic.
* DancingIsSeriousBusiness: Miss Price fends off the cannibal's shaman through a dance-off mixed with magic.
* FlyingBroomstick: Miss Price feels that it is very traditional.
* FourthDateMarriage: Miss Price and Emelius had known each other only a little more than a week before they decided to marry.
* LeftHanging: The end of the second book has Miss Price in the 17th century and the children telling stories about how Miss Price is likely doing. Then, they hear her voice out of thin air asking them to get out of the cabbages and the book ends.
* PhonyPsychic: Emelius does not learn until his master is on his deathbed that none of the magic he had been taught was valid.
* TimeTravelRomance: At the end of ''Bonfires and Brooksticks'', Miss Price decides to return to the 17th century with Emelius.
25th Feb '13 7:25:58 PM PaulA
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The individual novels are ''The Magic Bed Knob; or, How to Become a Witch in Ten Easy Lessons'' and ''Bonfires and Broomsticks''. They are commonly republished in a single volume as ''Bedknob and Broomstick''.[[hottip:*:The spelling of "Bedknob", "Bed Knob" or "Bed-knob" varies by edition; we're sticking with the non-hyphenated spelling here for WikiWord convenience.]]

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The individual novels are ''The Magic Bed Knob; or, How to Become a Witch in Ten Easy Lessons'' and ''Bonfires and Broomsticks''. They are commonly republished in a single volume as ''Bedknob and Broomstick''.[[hottip:*:The [[note]]The spelling of "Bedknob", "Bed Knob" or "Bed-knob" varies by edition; we're sticking with the non-hyphenated spelling here for WikiWord convenience.]]
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25th Feb '13 6:18:20 AM GhostOfAGeek
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The series inspired the Disney film ''BedknobsAndBroomsticks''.

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The series inspired the Disney film ''BedknobsAndBroomsticks''.
''Film/BedknobsAndBroomsticks''.

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22nd Feb '13 10:05:44 PM Xtifr
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A duology of children's fantasy novels by Mary Norton (who also wrote ''TheBorrowers'').

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A duology of children's fantasy novels by Mary Norton (who also wrote ''TheBorrowers'').
''Literature/TheBorrowers'').
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