More Cunning Than Folk: An Analysis of Francis Barrett's 'The Magus' as Indicative of a Transitional Period in English Magic

@inproceedings{Priddle2013MoreCT,
  title={More Cunning Than Folk: An Analysis of Francis Barrett's 'The Magus' as Indicative of a Transitional Period in English Magic},
  author={Robert A. Priddle},
  year={2013}
}
  • Robert A. Priddle
  • Published 2013
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