Charles G. Leland's 19th-century book on Italian witchcraft and sorcery has become one of the primary source-texts for the witchcraft revival. Leland's Italian informant Maddalena reveals evocations, conjurations, spells, rites, and charms of operative magic from the peasants and witches of Romagna and the Tuscan Mountains. This edition's wonderfully informative foreword by Gemma Gary includes perspectives on the origins and contemporary influence of Leland's work.
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