One of the developments in the representation of witchcraft at the end of the twentieth-century is that the portrayal of witch-hunters moves from approbation to repulsion
This article reflects upon the fact that studies related to witchcraft have been limited to a period of about one hundred and sixty years in English history
For three decades, most historians familiar with the medium have recognized that American comic books have matured beyond their humble beginnings as a monthly publication for children
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This article is an attempt to develop a theoretical basis by reading popular novels in conversation with the body of scholarship on Victorian gothic literature
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