Aug 5, 2011

Witchcraft Bibliography Project - DB20 std.

Abrahamse, Dorothy de F. "Magic and Sorcery in the Hagiography
 of the Middle Byzantine Period." Byzantinische Forschungen
 8 (1982): 3-17.

Abrams, M. H.  Natural Supernaturalism:  Tradition and Revolution in
        Romantic Literature.  London: n.p., 1971.

Aichele, Klaus.  Der Antichristsdrama der Mittelalters, der Reformation
        und Gegenreformation. Den Haag: Martinus Nijhoff, 1974.

Anderson, Wayne. "Os vulvae in Proverbs and the Malleus
 maleficarum." History of European Ideas 14 (1992): 715-22.

Andriano, J.  Our Ladies of Darkness: Feminine Demonology in Male 
 Gothic Fiction.  University Park: n.p., 1993.

Babcock, B. A., ed.  The Reversible World: Symbolic Inversion in
 Art and Society. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1978.

Baldick, C.  In Frankenstein's Shadow:  Myth, Monstrosity, and 
 Nineteenth- Century Writing.  Cambridge:  n.p., 1990.

Bann, S., ed.  Frankenstein, Creation and Monstrosity.  London:  n.p., 

Baron, Frank. Faustus on Trial: The Origins of Johann Spies's
 "Historia" in an Age of Witch Hunting. Tübingen: M.
 Niemeyer, 1992.

__________. "From Witchcraft to Doktor Faustus." In Karl-Ludwig
        Selig and Elizabeth Sears, eds. The Verbal and the Visual:
        Essays in Honor of William Sebastian Heckscher. New York:
 Italica, 1990. ?

Barry, J.  "Literacy and Literature in Popular Culture:  Reading and 
 Writing in Historical Perspective."  In Popular Culture in 
 England, c. 1500-1850, edited by T. Harris, 70-94.  
        Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1995.

Barthes, Roland.  "The Death of the Author."  In Twentieth Century 
 Literary Theory, edited by K. M. Newton, page#.  London:  
        Macmillan, 1988.

Basham, D.  The Trial of a Woman:  Feminism and the Occult Sciences in
        Victorian Literature and Society.  Basingstoke:  n.p., 1992.

Baticle, Jeannine. "Goya et la sorcellerie: enquête sur l'une
 des motivations des Caprices." Connaissance des Arts 489
 (1992): 110-17.

Battafarano, Italo Michele. "Alraun, Mandragora, Galgen-Männlin:
 Mattioli, Praetorius, Grimmelshausen." In Italo Michele
 Battafarano, ed. Glanz des Barock: Forschungen zur deutschen
 als europäischer Literatur. Bern: P. Lang, 1994. 186-205.

__________. "Barocke Typologie feminier Negativität und ihre
 Kritik bei Spee, Grimmelshausen, und Harsdürfer." In Italo
 Michel Battafarano, ed. Glanz des Barock: Forschungen zur
 deutschen als europäischer Literatur. Bern: P. Lang, 1994.

__________.  Glanz des Barock: Forschungen zur deutschen als 
 europäischer Literatur.  Bern:  P. Lang, 1994.

__________. "Grimmelshausens Kritik an der Ideologie seiner Zeit:
 Ungleichzeitigkeit und Alltagsdenken in Simplicissimus und

 Courasche." Daphnis 5 (1976): 295-302.

__________.  "Hexen, Hexenlehre, Kritik der Hexenverfolgung:  Bodin,
        Binsfeld, Delrio, Remy, Spee."  In Glanz des Barock:
        Forschungen zur deutschen als europäischer Literatur, edited
        by Italo Michele Battafrano, 338-58.  Bern:  P. Lang, 1994.

__________. "Hexenwahn undd Teufelsglaube im Simplicissimus."
 Argenis 1 (1977): 301-372.

__________. "Mit Spee gegen Remigius: Grimmelshausens anti-
 dämonopathische Simpliciana im Strom nieder-ober-rheinischer
Simpliciana 18 (1996): 139-164.

Bayerschmidt, Carl F.  "The Element of the Supernatural in the Sagas of
        Icelanders."  In Scandinavian Studies:  Essays presented to
        Dr. Henry Goddard Leach on the occasion of his eighty-fifth
        birthday, edited by Carl F. Bayerschmidt and Erik J. Friis,
        39-53.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 1965.

Bazin, Germain.  "The Devil in Art."  In Satan, edited by Bruno de
        Jésus-Marie, 351-67.  New York: n.p., 1952.

Becquemont, Daniel. "Le Rejet de la causalité magique dans l'
 oeuvure de Bacon." In Margaret Jones-Davies, ed. La Magie
 et ses langages. Lille: Université de Lille, 1980. 71-82.

Bekker, Hugo.  "The Lucifer Motif in the German Drama of the Sixteenth
        Century."  Monatshefte 51 (1959):  237-47.

Benjamin, Walter.  "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical 
        Reproduction." In Illuminations, edited by Hannah Arendt, 211-
        44.  London: Fontana, 1936, 1992.

Bernheimer, R.  Wild Men in the Middle Ages. Cambridge, MA:
 Harvard University Press, 1952.

Bettelheim, B.  The Uses of Enchantment:  The Meaning and Importance
        of Fairy Tales.  New York: n.p., 1977.

Bewell, A.  Wordsworth and the Enlightenment:  Nature, Man and Society 
 in the Experimental Poetry.  New Haven:  [Yale University 
        Press], 1989.

Blackburn, William. "Merlin." In A. C. Hamilton, ed. The Spenser
 Encyclopedia. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1990.

__________. "Spenser's Merlin." Renaissance and Reformation 4
 (1980): 179-98.

Boatright, Mody C.  "Witchcraft in the Novels of Sir Walter Scott."
        Studies in English, No. 13; The University of Texas Bulletin,
        No. 3326. (July 8, 1933).

Borst, Arno, ed.  Barbaren, Ketzer, und Artisten: Welten des
 Mittelalters. München: Piper, 1988. Trans. as Medieval

 Worlds: Barbarians, Heretics, and Artists in the Middle Ages.
 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

Bottigheimer, R. B.  "Fairy Tales and Folk-tales." In International 
 Companion Encyclopaedia of Children's Literature, edited by P. 
        Hunt, 152-65. London:  n.p., 1996.

Bouvier, E.  "La croyance au merveilleux á l'époque classique."  In 
 Mélanages d'histoire litt‚raire offerts    Daniel Mornet, 99-
        108. Paris:  Nizet, 1951.

Braekman, W. L.  "Fortune-Telling by the Casting of Dice:  A Middle 
        English Poem and Its Background."  Studia Neophilologica 52 
        (1980):  3-29.

Brauner, Sigrid. "The Demonization of the Shew: Witchcraft and
 Gender Relations in Shrovetide Plays." Daphnis 20 (1995):

Briggs, Katharine Mary.  Pale Hecate's Team: An Examination of the
 Beliefs on Witchcraft and Magic among Shakespeare's
 Contemporaries and His Immediate Successors. London: Routledge
 and Kegan Paul, 1962.

Brodwin, Leonora Lee. "Milton and the Renaissance Circe."
Studies 6 91974): 21-83.

Brownlow, F. W.  Shakespeare, Harsnett, and the Devils of Denham.
 Newark, NJ: University of Delaware, 1993.

Bulwer, Kathryn M.  La Femme-demon: figurations de la femme dans la
fantastique. New York: P. Lang, 1995.

Bush, Douglas.  Pagan Myth and Christian Tradition in English
 Poetry. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1968.

Camporesi, Piero. The Fear of Hell: Images of Damnation and Salvation
        in Early Modern Europe. Cambridge: Polity, 1991.

Castelli, Enrico, ed.  Cristianesimo e ragion di Stato: L'Umanesimo e
        il demoniaco nell'arte. Roma: Fratelli Bocca, 1952.

Castle, T.  Masquerade and Civilization:  The Carnivalesque in 
 Eighteenth Century English Culture and Ficton.  London:  n.p., 

Charcot, J.-M., and P. Richer.  Les dámoniaques dans l'art.  Paris:
        n.p., 1887.

Chartier, R.  The Order of Books:  Readers, Authors and Libraries in 
 Europe between the 14th and 18th Centuries.  Trans. by L. 
        Cochrane. Cambridge: n.p., 1994.  Originally published as 
 L'Ordre de livres: Lecteurs, auteurs, bibliothèques en Europe 
 entre XIVe et XVIIIe siècles.  Aix-en- Provence:  n.p., 1992.

Chase, Richard and David Teasley. "Little Red Riding Hood: Were-
 wolf and Prostitute." The Historian 57 (1995): 769-76.

Chastel, A. "L'Antéchrist à la Renaissance." In Enrico Castelli,
 ed. Cristianesimo e ragion di Stato: L'Umanesimo e il demoniaco
 nell'arte. Roma: Fratelli Bocca, 1952. 177-86.

__________. "L'Apocalypse en 1500: La Fresque de l'Antéchrist à
 la chapelle Saint-Brice d'Orvieto." BibliothŠque d'Humanisme et
 Renaissance 14 (1952): 124-40.

Clark, James William. "The Tradition of Salem Witchcraft in
 American Literature." Durham, NC: Unpublished Ph.D.
 dissertation, Duke University, 1970.

Clark, Stuart. "Tasso and the Literature of Witchcraft." In
 J. Salmons and J. Moretti, eds. The Renaissance in Ferrara
 and its European Horizons. Cardiff: University of Wales
 Press, 1984. 3-21.

Clery, E. J.  The Rise of Supernatural Fiction.  Cambridge:  n.p., 

Collier, John Payne, ed.  Illustrations of Early English Popular
 Literature.2 vols.  New York:  Benjamin Blom, 1966

Comensoli, Viviana. "Witchcraft and Domestic Tragedy in The Witch of
        Edmonton." In Jean Brink et al., eds. The Politics of Gender
        in Early Modern Europe. Kirksville, MO:
Journal, 1989. 43-59.

Comparetti, Domenico.  Virgil in the Middle Ages.  Translated by
        E. F. M. Benecke.  Reprint.  Princeton:  Princeton University
        Press, 1885, 1997.

Corbin, Peter and Douglas Sledge, eds.  Three Jacobean Witchcraft
 Plays. Manchester: University of Manchester Press, 1986.

Costa, Gustavo. "Love and Witchcraft in Gianfrancesco Pico della
 Mirandola: La strega Between the Sublime and the Grotesque."
 Italica 67 (1990):427-39.

Craig, Terry Anne. Witchcraft and Demonology in Renaissance
 English Literature. Pittsburgh, PA: Unpublished Ph.D.
 dissertation, Duquesne University, 1978.

Dabydeen, D.  Hogarth's Blacks:  Images of Blacks in Eighteenth Century
        English Art.  Kingston:  n.p., 1985.

Darnton, R.  The Business of Enlightment:  A Publishing History of the
        "Encyclop‚die", 1775-1800.  Cambridge:  n.p., 1979.

__________.  The Forbidden Best-Sellers of Pre-Revolutionary France.
        London:  n.p., 1996.

__________.  The Literary Underground of the Old Regime.  Cambridge:
        n.p., 1982.

David, H., ed.  Jonathan Swift:  Bickerstaff Papers and Pamphlets on

        the Church.  Oxford:  n.p., 1966.

Davidson, Jane.  David Teniers the Younger.  Boulder, Co.:  n.p., 1979.

__________.  "Great Black Goats and Evil Little Women: The Image
 of the Witch in Sixteenth-Century German Art." Journal of the
 Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association 6 (1985):

__________.  The Witch in Northern European Art, 1470-1750. Freren:
 Luca, 1987.

Decter, Midge. "The Witches of Arthur Miller." Commentary 103 (1997): 

Dekker, Thomas, John Ford, and William Rowley.  The Witch of Edmonton 
 and Three Jacobean Witchcraft Plays.  Edited by P. Corbin and 
        D. Sedge. Manchester:  Manchester University Press, 1986.

Delaruelle, Étienne. "L'Antéchrist chez S. Vincent Ferrier, S.
 Bernardin de Sienne, et autour de Jeanne d'Arc." In Étienne
 Delaruelle, ed. La Piété populaire au moyen âge. Torino:
 Bottega di Erasimo, 1975. 329-54.

Dezseran, Louis John. "Shakespeare's Usage of Witchcraft as a
 Dramatic Element in Macbeth and the Varying Approaches to
 Staging the Witch Scenes in Representative Subsequent Pro-
 ductions." Detroit: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Wayne
 State University, 1968.

Didi-Huberman, G.  Invention de l'hystérie:  Charcot et l'icongraphie
        photographique.  Paris:  n.p., 1982.

Dolan, Frances. "'Ridiculous Fictions': Making Distinctions in
 the Discourses of Witchcraft." Differences 7 (1995): 82-110.

Dresen-Coenders, Lene.  "Witches as Devils' Concubines: On the
 Origin of Fear of Witches and Protection against Witchcraft."
 In Saints and She-Devils: Images of Women in the Fifteenth and
Centuries. London: Rubicon, 1987. 59-82.

DuBruck, Edelgard.  "The Devil and Hell in Medieval French Drama:
        Prolegomena."  Romania 100 (1979):  165-79.

Durstoor, P. E.  "Legends of Lucifer in Early English and in Milton."
        Anglia 54 (1930):  213-68.

Eagleton, Terry.  Literary Theory:  An Introduction.  Oxford:  
        Blackwell, 1983.

Edgerton, S. Y., Jr.  Pictures and Punishment: Art and Criminal
 Prosecution During the Florentine Renaissance. Ithaca, NY:
 Cornell University Press, 1985.

Ferguson, Helen Myatt. "Nathaniel Hawthorne and Charles Went-
 worth Upham: The Witchcraft Connection." College Park, MD:
 Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Maryland,


Fish, Stanley.  Doing What Comes Naturally:  Change, Rhetoric, and the
        Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford:
        Clarendon, 1989.

Frantzen, Allen J., and David Alan Robertson, eds. Figures of Speech:
        The Body in Medieval Art, History, and Literature. Essays in
        Medieval Studies 11.  1994 Proceedings of the Illinois Medieval
        Association.  Chicago:  Loyola University of Chicago, 1995.  
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Frängler, Wilhelm.  The Millenium of Hieronymous Bosch. Chicago:
 University of Chicago Press, 1952.

Frank, Frederick S. "The Masks of Summers." The Scriblerian 23
 (1990): 1-5.

Gettings, Fred.  The Occult in Art.  Publication data.

Giesen, Rolf. "Queens of Horror, böse Märchenhexen, zauberhafte
 Frauen: Hexenfiguren in Film, Trickfilm, und Filmkomödien."
 In Richard van Dülmen, ed. Hexenwelten: Magie und Imagination
 vom 16.-20. Jahrhundert. Frankfurt-am-Main: Fischer Taschenbuch,
 1987. 253-81.

Gilman, S.  Seeing the Insane:  A Cultural History of Madness and Art 
 in the Western World.  New York:  n.p., 1982.

Goldstein, J.  Lessons to be Learned:  A Study of Eighteenth-Century
        English Didactic Children's Literature.  New York:  n.p., 1984.

Greenblatt, Stephen Jay. "Shakespeare and the Exorcists." In his
 Shakespearean Negotiations: The Circulation of Social Energy
 in Renaissance England. Oxford: Clarendon, 1988. 94-128.

__________, ed.  Shakespearean Negotiations: The Circulation of Social
        Energy in Renaissance England. Oxford:  Clarendon, 1988.

Grien, Hans Baldung.  Prints and drawings.  Edited by James H. Marrow 
       and Alan Shestack.  Publication Data.

Grillot de Givry, Émile. Picture Book of Sorcery, Magic, and
 Alchemy. New York: University Books, 1963.

Grinnell, Richard W. "English Demonology and Renaissance Drama:
 The Politics of Fear." Minneapolis: Unpublished Ph.D. disser-
 tation, University of Minnesota, 1992.

Gulstad, William Olaf. "The Forms of Things Unknown: The Impact
 of Reginal Scot's skeptical treatise, The Discoverie of
 Witchcraft, on A Midsummer Night's Dream, King Lear, and
 The Tempest." Champaign-Urbana: Unpublished Ph.D. disser-
 tation, University of Illinois, 1994.

__________. "Mock-Trial or Witch-Trial in King Lear?" Notes and Queries
        41 (1994): 494-97.

Hadfield, Andrew. "A Possible Source of the Horse-corser Episode
 in Marlowe's Doctor Faustus." Notes and Queries 39 (1992):

Halbey, Marianne.  66 Hexen: Kult und Verdammung. Dortmund:
 Harenberg, 1987.

Hardy, Thomas.  Far From the Madding Crowd.  London:  n.p., 1874.

Harris, Anthony.  Night's Dark Agents: Witchcraft and Magic in
 Seventeenth-Century English Drama. Manchester: Manchester
 University Press, 1980.

Hartlaub, Gustav F.  Hans Baldung Grien: Hexenbilder. Stuttgart:
 Reclam, 1961.

Hattaway, Michael. "Women and Witchcraft: The Case of the
 Witch of Edmonton." Trivium 20 (1985): ?

Held, J.  "Between the Bourgeois Enlightenment and Popular Culture:  
 Goya's Festivals, Old Women, Monsters and Blind Men."  History 
 Workshop Journal 23 (1987):  39-58.

Helman, E. F. "Younger Moratin and Goya: On 'duendes' and
 'brujas'." Hispanic Review 27 (1959): 103-22.

Hendrickson, Gary P. "The Last Analogy: Arthur Miller's Witches
 and America's Domestic Communists." Midwest Quarterly 33
 (1992): 447-55.

Herbert, George.  The English Poems of George Herbert.  Edited by C. A.
        Patrides.  London:  Dent, 1974.

Heywood, Thomas.  The Wisewoman of Hogsdon (1604).  A Critical Edition,
        edited by Michael Leonard.  New York:  Garland, 1980.

Hoak, Dale. "Art, Culture, and Mentality in Renaissance Society:
 The Meaning of Hans Baldung Grien's Bewitched Groom."
Quarterly 38 (1985): 488-510.

__________. "Witch-Hunting and Women in the Art of the Renaissance."
Today 31 (1981): 22-26.

Honour, H.  The Image of the Black in Western Art.  Vol. 4: From the
        American Revolution to World War I.  Cambridge: n.p., 1989.

Hughes, Merritt Y.  "Heinrich Baldung Grien's Weather Witches in 
        Frankfurt." Pantheon 49 (1982):  124-30.

__________.  "Spenser's Acrasia and the Circe of the Renaissance."
        Journal of the History of Ideas 4 (1943): 381-99.

Hult [or Hufts], Linda. "Baldung and the Witches of Freiburg: The
        Evidence of Images."  Journal of Interdisciplinary History
        18 (1987): 249-76.

__________. "Heinrich Baldung Grien's Weather Witches in Frankfurt."
       Pantheon 49 (1982): 124-30.

Huxley, Aldous.  The Devils of Loudon. New York: Harper and Row,

Ilie, P.  The Age of Minerva.  Vol. I:  Counter-Rational Reason in the
        Eighteenth Century.  Goya and the Paradigm of Unreason in 
 Western Europe.  Philadelphia:  n.p., 1995.

Isaac, Megan Lynn. "Stages of Witchcraft: Occult Beliefs of Early
 Modern English Drama." Berkeley, CA: Unpublished Ph.D. diss-
 ertation, University of California, 1994.

Jacoby, Mario, Verena Kast and Ingrid Riedel. Witches, Ogres, and
 the Devil's Daughter: Encounters with Evil in Fairy Tales.
 Boston: Shambhala, 1992.

Johnson, Claudia.  Understanding "The Crucible": A Student Casebook to
        Issues, Sources, and Historical Documents. Westport, CT:
        Greenwood, 1998.

Jong, Erica.  Witches.  New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1997.

Jonson, Ben.  Complete Poems.  London:  Penguin, 1988.

Jung, Frank. "Magisch-moralische Detungsmuster und empirische
 Naturanalyse? Der "Hexenglaube" in Grimmelshausens Courasche."
 Simpliciana 16 (1994): 287-309.

Keenan, Mary Emily. "The Terminology of Witchcraft in the Works
 of Augustine." Classical Philology 35 (1940): 294-97.

Kemper, Tobias A. "Lufftfahrt und Hexentantz: Zauberei und
 Hexenprozess in Grimmelshausens Simplicissimus."
 Simpliciana 19 (1997): 107-307.

Kernan, Alvin.  The Playwright as Magician: Shakespeare's Image
 of the Poet in the English Public Theater. New Haven, CT:
 Yale University Press, 1979.

Klinkhammer, Heide.  Schatzgräber, Weisheitssucher und Dämonen-
 beschwörer: die motivische und thematische Rezeption des
 Topos der Schatzsuche in der Kunst vom 15. bis 18. Jahr-
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Koch, Robert A.  Hans Baldung Grien:  Eve, the Serpent and Death.
        Ottawa:  n.p., 1974.

Kocher, Paul. "The Witchcraft Basis in Marlowe's Faustus."  Modern
 Philology 38 (1940): 9-36.

Koopmans, Jelle.  Le Theâtre des exclus au Moyen Age: hérétiques,
 sorcièrs, et marginaux. Paris: Éditions Imago, 1997.

Krap, Frans W.  Emmeken, ik ben 'sduuels amie: neerslag van een
 onderzoek naar het heksen-profiel van rond 1500 en van het

 speuren naar onderdelen daarvan in het drama Marieke van
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Ladurie, Emmanuel Le Roy.  Jasmin's Witch.  London:  Scolar, 1987.
        Originally published in French as La Sorcière de Jasmin.
        Paris:  Éds. du Seuil, 1983.

Ladurie, Emmanuel Le Roy.  La Sorcière de Jasmin. Paris: Éds. du
 Seuil, 1983. Trans. as Jasmin's Witch. London: Scolar, 1987.

Lampe, Hans-Sirks. "Die Darstellung des Teufels in den geistlichen
 Spielen Deutschlands: Von den Anfangen bis zum Ende des 16.
 Jahrhunderts." München: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation,
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Leerssen, J.  Remembrance and Imagination:  Patterns in the Historical 
 and Literary Representation of Ireland in the Nineteenth 
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Lehner, Ernest and Johanna Lehner.  Devils, Demons, Death, and
 Damnation. New York: Dover, 1971.

Leinweber, David Walter. "Witchcraft and Lamiae in The Golden Ass."
        Folklore 105 (1994): 77-82.

Leuschner, Kristin Jeanne. "Creating the 'Known True Story':
 Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Murder and Witchcraft
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 dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles,

Leutenbauer, Siegfried.  Hexerei und Zaubereidelikit in der Literatur 
 von 1450 bis 1550 mit Hinweisen auf die Praxis im Herzogtum 
 Bayern. Berlin: Schweitzer, 1972.

Levack, Brian, ed.  Witchcraft and Demonology in Art and Literature.
        Volume 12 of his Articles on Witchcraft, Magic, and Demonology:
        A Twelve-Volume Anthology of Scholarly Works. New York:
        Garland, 1992.

Levin, David.  "Did the Mathers Disagree About the Salem Witchcraft 
        Trials?" Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 95 
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__________.  "Salem Witchcraft in Recent Fiction and Drama."
 New England Quarterly 28 (1955): 537-46.

Levine, Nina S. "The Case of Eleanor Cobham: Authorizing History
 in 2 Henry VI."  Shakespeare Studies 22 (1994): 104-21.

Link, Luther.  The Devil:  A Mask Without a Face.  London:  Reaktion, 

Lorenzi, Lorenzo.  Devils in Art: Florence, From the Middle Ages
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Luck, Georg.  Hexen und Zauberi in der römischen Dichtung. Zurich:

 Artemis, 1962.

Mâle, Émile.  The Gothic Image: Religious Art in France of the
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Manzor-Coats, Lillian. "Of Witches and Other Things: Maryse
 Conde's Challenges to Feminist Discourse." World Literature
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Marconi, Momolina. "Da Circe a Morgana." Rendicotti del R. Isti-
 tuto Lombardo di scienze e lettere: Classe lettere 74 (1940-
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Marks, Elise Ann. "Excellent Witchcraft: Shakespeare's Witches
 and the Trial of Gender." Berkeley, CA: Unpublished Ph.D.
 dissertation, University of California-Berkeley, 1996.

Marlowe, Christopher.  The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus.  In
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Marrow, James H. and Alan Shestack, eds.  Hans Baldung Grien, Prints
 and Drawings: National Gallery of Art, Washington, From Jan.
 25 Through Apr. 5 and Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven,
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 University Art Gallery, 1981.

Marston, John.  The Wonder of Women, or The Tragedy of Sophonisba.  
        London: John Windet, 1606.  In Three Jacobean Witchcraft Plays, 
        edited by Peter Corbin and Douglas Sedge, 33-84.  Manchester:   
        Manchester University Press, 1986.

Mathur, Kailash Chandra.  Witches' Cauldron: A Study of Motive in
 Shakespeare's "Macbeth". Lucknow: Pustak Kendra, 1977.

McCormick, Jane.  "Witchcraft in Literature."  Psychic 5 (1973):  50-

McFarland, Ronald. "The Hag Is Astride: Witches in Seventeenth-Century
        Literature."  Journal of Popular Culture 11 (1977): 88-97.

McGinn, B. "Portraying Antichrist in the Middle Ages." In Werner
 Verbeke, D. Verhelst, and Andries Welkenhuysen, eds. The
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Mebane, John S. Renaissance Magic and the Return of the Golden Age:
 The Occult Tradition and Marlowe, Johnson, and Shakespeare.
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Mellinkoff, R.  "Riding Backwards:  Theme of Humiliation and Symbol of 
        Evil." Viator 4 (1973):  153- 76.

 The Merry Devil of Edmonton?  In The Shakespeare Apocrypha,
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Mesenzera, Charmian. "Zum Problem Dürer und die Antike [Albrecht
 Dürers Kupferstich Die Hexe]."  Zeitschrift für
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Middleton, Thomas.  The Witch.  In Three Jacobean Witchcraft Plays,
        edited by Peter Corbin and Douglas Sedge, page#.  Manchester:
        Manchester University Press, 1986.

Milner, Max.  Le Diable dans la litterature française de
 Cazotte à Baudelaire, 1772-1861.  Paris: J. Corti,

Mobius, Helga.  Women in the Baroque Age.  Women in Art Series.  N.l.:
        n.p., 1982.  A chapter on Witches and Saints.

Montbriand, Timothy. "Shakespeare's Fairies, Ghosts, Witches,
 and Magic." Detroit: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation,
 Wayne State University, 1996.

Monter, E. William. "The Pedestal and the Stake: Courtly Love and
 Witchcraft." In R. Bridenthal and Claudia Koonz, eds. Becoming
 Visible: Women in European History. Boston: Houghton Mifflin,
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