Witches

Witches

Book - 1982
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Baker & Taylor
A blend of fact, myth, folklore, and original prose and poetry becomes a study of the role of the witch in Western society

Blackwell North Amer
Best-selling author Erica Jong here turns her attention to the fantastical and factual world of witchcraft. She explores the figure of the witch both as historical reality and as archetype - as Halloween hag and full-breasted seductress, as a lingering vestige of a primeval religion and a projection of fear of the unknown. Now, more than a decade after its original publication, Jong has added a new introduction to Witches, emphasizing the relevance and continued popularity of this beguiling topic.

Publisher: New York New American Library 1982
ISBN: 9780452253575
0452253578
Characteristics: 176p. : ill

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