British Dragons

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Wordsworth Editions, 1980 - Dragons - 176 pages
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The notion that witchcraft faded away with the onset of the scientific revolution is entirely mistaken. This text stands in the grand tradition of writing and witchcraft and suggests that magic was alive and well in 19th-century Scotland, as contemporary newspaper reports confirm.

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Most great books start with a great theme. A so-so theme produces -- well, you can probably guess. The idea of studying British dragons is fascinating, but the raw materials few. Saint George, England ... Read full review

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Two dragons walk in to a bar. One dragon says, "It's hot in here." The other says, "Shut your mouth." Read full review

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