Modernist Feminist Witchcraft: Margaret Murray’s Fantastic Scholarship and Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Realist Fantasy

@article{Winick2015ModernistFW,
  title={Modernist Feminist Witchcraft: Margaret Murray’s Fantastic Scholarship and Sylvia Townsend Warner’s Realist Fantasy},
  author={Mimi Winick},
  journal={Modernism/modernity},
  year={2015},
  volume={22},
  pages={565 - 592}
}
  • Mimi Winick
  • Published 2015
  • Philosophy
  • Modernism/modernity
  • ion. And when she does this, she finds she remembers something important, and her thoughts themselves “slid together . . . like a pack of hounds” to join the hunt for the “clue to the secret country of her mind.” Lolly’s self-discovery occurs through abstraction; and, moreover, she discovers she is both hunter and prey—that she embod-ion; and, moreover, she discovers she is both hunter and prey—that she embodWinick / modernist feminist witchcraft 581 ies a witchy state of powerful passivity… CONTINUE READING
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