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by Marion Gibson

  • ISBN: 0801488745
  • Author: Marion Gibson
  • ePub ver: 1585 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 256
  • Publisher: Cornell University Press (August 8, 2003)
  • Formats: azw lit docx lit
  • Category: Spirituality
  • Subcategory: New Age & Spirituality
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Start by marking Witchcraft and Society in England and America, 1550�1750 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In this rich, broad context, Marion Gibson presents the voices of "witches," accusers, ministers, physicians, poets, dramatists, magistrates, and witchfinders from both sides of the Atlantic. Each text is introduced with a short essay and fully annotated to explain unfamiliar words and concepts, give biographical details of participants and/or authors, and explore the context in which the text was produced.

Witchcraft and Society i. .has been added to your Cart. The most distinctive feature of Gibson's anthology is the large number of literary sources.

A unique collection of materials, including works of literature as well as historical documents, Witchcraft and Society in England and America, 1550-1750 provides a broad view of how witches and magicians were represented in print and manuscript over three centuries. It combines newly annotated selections from famous texts, such as Macbeth, Doctor Faustus, and The Faerie Queene with unjustly obscure ones: portrayals of witchcraft and magic from private papers, court records, and little-known works of fiction.

Witchcraft - England - History, Witchcraft - United States - History. Gibson, Marion, 1970-. Ithaca, NY : Cornell University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Cornell University Press.

Published August 2003 by Cornell University Press.

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In this rich, broad context, Marion Gibson presents the voices of witches, accusers, ministers, physicians, poets .

In this rich, broad context, Marion Gibson presents the voices of witches, accusers, ministers, physicians, poets, dramatists, magistrates, and witchfinders from both sides of the Atlantic. A unique collection of materials, including works of literature as well as historical documents, Witchcraft and Society in England and America, 1550-1750 provides a broad view of how witches and magicians were represented in print and manuscript over three centuries.

Marion Gibson is Lecturer in English at the University of Exeter in Cornwall, England. Paperback or Softback. Condition: New. Witchcraft and Society in England and America,. She is the author of Early Modern Witches: Witchcraft Cases in Contemporary Writing and Reading Witchcraft. Seller Inventory BBS-9780801488740.

A unique collection of materials, including works of literature as well as historical documents, Witchcraft and Society in England and America, 1550–1750 provides a broad view of how witches and magicians were represented in print and manuscript over three centuries. It combines newly annotated selections from famous texts, such as Macbeth, Doctor Faustus, and The Faerie Queene with unjustly obscure ones: portrayals of witchcraft and magic from private papers, court records, and little-known works of fiction. In this rich, broad context, Marion Gibson presents the voices of "witches," accusers, ministers, physicians, poets, dramatists, magistrates, and witchfinders from both sides of the Atlantic. Each text is introduced with a short essay and fully annotated to explain unfamiliar words and concepts, give biographical details of participants and/or authors, and explore the context in which the text was produced.

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