The Man Who Could Work Miracles Illustrated (Paperback)

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The Man Who Could Work Miracles Illustrated (Paperback)

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The story is an early example of contemporary fantasy. In common with later works falling within this definition, the story places a major fantasy premise.In an English public house, George McWhirter Fotheringay vigorously asserts the impossibility of miracles during an argument. By way of demonstration, Fotheringay commands an oil lamp to flame upside down and it does so, to his own astonishment. His acquaintances think it a trick and quickly dismiss it.