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Stories Of Magic, Superstition, And Witchcraft Were Strictly Forbidden In The Little Town Of Salem Village But A Group Of Young Girls Ignored Those Rules, Spellbound By The Tales Told By A Woman Named TitubaWhen Questioned About Their Activities, The Terrified Girls Set Off A Whirlwind Of Controversy As They Accused Townsperson After Townsperson Of Being Witches Author Shirley Jackson Examines In Careful Detail This Horrifying True Story Of Accusations, Trials, And Executions That Shook A Community To Its Foundations The Witchcraft of Salem Village (Landmark Books) (English Edition)

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5 thoughts on “The Witchcraft of Salem Village (Landmark Books) (English Edition)

  1. Sarah Hall Sarah Hall says:

    Great quick read for basic info Easy for children to read and understand Well written and didnt seem too subjective.

  2. Evelyn M. Walsh Evelyn M. Walsh says:

    Nonfiction that reads like fiction from the one and only Shirley Jackson Remember reading this in elementary school, before I knew who Jackson was delighted to find it again Very readable as an adult, great for kids of all ages who want to get a handle on this grim chapter in American

  3. Bob Dundon Bob Dundon says:

    I only knew of Salem witchcraft in part I wanted to find out , because in my par, ish in Nigeria we had a primary school child who disrupted her family with witchcraft phantasies It seems to have been a 21st century repetition of the deception wrought in Salem Fr Bob Dundon, S.J, St Josep

  4. jeff jeff says:

    This is a great book about Salem Village and the power of witchcraft in their time a must read for all history lovers out there

  5. T. Dreiling T. Dreiling says:

    A good book written for about fifth or sixth grade.

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