Which face of witch : self-representations of women as witches in works of contemporary British women writers /
For centuries, the figure of the witch represented the hostile and feared "other" on the edge of human society, placed "in between" the world of people and the world of demons. Whether she stood for the untamed powers of nature, dark powers of knowledge or magic, or evil powers d...
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Cambridge Scholars Publishing,
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