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Letters on Demonology & Witchcraft
by Sir Walter Scott
 
Paperback
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Letters on Demonology and WitchcraftLetters on Demonology and Witchcraft (Paperback)
Pub. Date: 2001-01-01
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions
Price: $26.97
Seller: Basement Seller 101, Cincinnati, OH, USA
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Letters on Demonology and WitchcraftLetters on Demonology and Witchcraft (paperback)
Pub. Date: 2001
Publisher: Wordsworth Editions
Price: $8.59
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Overview

The notion that witchcraft faded away with the onset of the scientific revolution is entirely mistaken. This text stands in the grand tradition of writing and witchcraft and suggests that magic was alive and well in 19th-century Scotland, as contemporary newspaper reports confirm. Carefully researched, alive with stories drawn from Sir Walter Scott's own and contemporaries' experience, and ranging in subject matter, from ghosts and fairies to witches and astrologers, the "Letters" inform, enliven and entertain as they try to wed 19th-century scepticism with evidence which contradicts it.

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  • PID: 17757904746
  • ISBN-13: 9781840225112
  • Publisher: FLS Books
  • Seller: Kubik Fine Books Ltd
    Description: 239p. A softcover book in near-fine condition. Previous owner's private library stamps inside covers and on half-title page. Otherwise practically like-new. Introduction by P.G. Maxwell-Stuart.