Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft (Illustrated + Active TOC)
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This is a series of essays by Sir Walter Scott on the subject of the witch-craze, demonology, and other occult topics. It is an early review of the literature that others such as Murray would be analyzing in the next century. Scott has an antiquarian mind, and obviously relishes exposing the reader to the grotesque and the unusual.
- ngims Publishing, July 2012
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