The Well-read Witch: Essential Books for Your Magickal Library

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New Page Books, 2001 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 287 pages
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Looks at the novels of Godwin, Wollstonecraft, RAdcliffe, Lewis and Shelley to demonstrate that the gothic presents an alternative model of relations: between individuals, characters, parts of a narrative, men and women. This draws together the personal, political and literary aspects of this deviant and subversive form.

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Carl McColman lives near Atlanta, Georgia, where he is the member of the Lay Cistercians of Our Lady of the Holy Spirit a contemplative community under the spiritual guidance of Trappist monks. He is a member of the Atlanta Shambhala Center and is active in the Atlanta interfaith community. Carl frequently leads workshops and retreats on contemplative spirituality at churches, seminaries, monasteries, and retreat centers.

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