A Wild Swan: And Other Tales - ”Dis. Enchant.” Summary & Analysis

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The narrator begins this story by assuring the reader that "most of us are safe" (3) because it is rare to affect those with power so much as for them to want to cause harm. He lists the various types of "mediocre" character types who will not attract unwanted attention. The narrator asserts that those who seek vengeance only go after those who attract attention for being outstanding in some way, or being better than everyone else.

The narrator claims that it is entirely understandable that demons and wizards can be understood in their bid to take down those who make everyone else feel inferior. They say that the world would be a better place for everyone, where everyone will more easily meet the standards of beauty and grace. The narrator then prompts the reader to make present-day comparisons, asking if they might wish...

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