Charlotte Hardman, Graham Harvey
Thorsons, 1995 - Religion - 251 pages
The number of practising Pagans is increasing dramatically, but still Paganism is shrouded in a cloak of fear and misunderstanding. This collection of views from a wide range of Pagans and academics reflects the diversity of traditions and thinking that characterize modern Paganism.
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