Malevolent Nurture: Witch-hunting and Maternal Power in Early Modern England
In Malevolent Nurture, Deborah Willis explores the dynamics of witchcraft accusation through legal documents, pamphlet literature, religious tracts, and the plays of Shakespeare.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Angelic55blonde - LibraryThing
I used this book as part of an undergraduate research paper on why the witchcraft craze occured in England. This definitely focuses on why women were mainly the ones accused, as well as the accusers. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - imnotawitch - LibraryThing
Books in Print The American Historical Review. April 1997. Vol. 102, issue 2, 451-452. Renaissance Quarterly. Summer 1997. Vol. 50, issue 2, 661-663. Seventeenth Century Journal. 1996. Autumn 1996. Vol. 27, issue 3, 830-831. Read full review
TWO UnNeighborly Nurture
THREE Rewriting the Witch
FOUR James among the WitchHunters
FIVE Performing Persecution
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