[book review] Stacey Halls: The Familiars

halls coverStacey Halls, The Familiars, (London:  Zaffre, 2019)

Despite the anachronism of Elizabeth I’s lengthy reign, the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries provide rich pickings for any author attempting to write a feminist exposition of the harsh injustices visited on so many women. 

Perhaps there’s none harsher than the treatment of witches …

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