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The witch of eye : essays / Kathryn Nuernberger.

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Adams PL Sys. - Decatur Branch 133.4309 NUE WIT (Text) 34207002376870 Adult Non-Fiction In process -
Clinton PL - Clinton 920 NUE (Text) 36806002120671 NEW ITEMS Checked out 05/10/2021

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781946448705
  • ISBN: 1946448702
  • Physical Description: 203 pages ; 20 cm
  • Publisher: Louisville, Kentucky : Sarabande Books, [2021]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note:
Hag, Crone, Cunning Woman, Witch -- Lisbet Nypan -- Walpurga Hausmännin -- Agnes Waterhouse -- The Invention of Fire -- Two Elizabeths -- Titiba and the Invention of the Unknown -- Horseshoes -- Glas Gaibhleann -- Hildegaard Von Bingen -- The Aristotles that Never Were -- Agnes Sampson, the Wise Wife of Keith -- The Invention of Familiars -- Maria Gonçalves Cajada and the Invention of Love Spells -- Medusa -- Angela de la Barthe -- Bloodroot -- The Long Lost Friend -- The Eye of the Hagstone -- Double Vision -- The Witch of Eye -- The Invention of Roses -- The Invention of Mothers -- Ode to Maria Barbosa -- Translations of the Conclusions & Findings Report for Catalina Ouyang as the True Confessions of Johannes Junius -- Marie Laveau.
Summary, etc.:
"To be called a witch, a bitch, a demon, or a monster is to be seen as a member of an ancient and large community of marginalized people who could not or would not wear the glamours a fearful elite jealously guarding their hordes of power demand as acts of reassurance and fealty. This collection of essays recounts the lives and trials of accused witches and considers parallels to present-day questions of social justice"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Witches > Biography.
Women > Miscellanea.
Marginality, Social.
Witchcraft > History.
Genre: Writing > Essays
History.
Nonfiction

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