Satire, Fantasy, and Writings on the Supernatural: Jure divino
Pickering & Chatto, 2003 - Fantasy literature, English
"A selection of satires, fantasies, and supernatural writings in poetry and prose by Daniel Defoe. Fully reset with scholarly annotations of interest to students of eighteenth-century politics, religion, and literature"--Provided by publisher.
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