A Mirror for Witches 1928

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2003 - Fiction - 220 pages
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1928. A Mirror for Witches in which is reflected the life, machinations and death of famous Doll Bilby, who, with a more than feminine perversity, preferred a demon to a mortal lover. Here is also told how and why a righteous and most awful judgment befell her, destroying both corporeal body and immortal soul. Illustrated with woodcuts.

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A mirror for witches: in which is reflected the life, machinations, and death of famous Doll Bilby, who, with a more than feminine perversity, preferred a demon to a mortal lover, here is also told how and why a righteous and most awfull judgement befell her, destroying both corporeal body and immortal soul

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Set in 17th-century Massachusetts, Forbes├ƒ┬»├‚┬┐├‚┬Żs 1928 novel takes a serious look at the menace created by the Salem witch trials. Here, Doll Bilby, an innocent young girl, is accused of witchery ... Read full review

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Almost a parody of the story of a witch who takes a devil as a lover. Very striking woodcut-style Art Deco illustrations Read full review

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Forbes is a historian and novelist. She received the Pulitzer prize for history.

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