The Encyclopedia of Superstitions

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 1996 - Folklore - 384 pages
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Containing more that two thousand supersitions of Britain ranging over the past six hundred years, and extending down to the present day,this book demonstrates that superstitions are world-wide and inherent in all peoples of the world in exactly identical forms of fear and avoidance.
 

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This was a good reference for a info and diversity speech I did... It could be improved by adding beliefs from cultures outside of Europe.

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
7
Section 3
11
Section 4
79
Section 5
145
Section 6
157
Section 7
169
Section 8
176
Section 11
211
Section 12
252
Section 13
258
Section 14
276
Section 15
293
Section 16
345
Section 17
368
Section 18
370

Section 9
208
Section 10
209

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