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Lives of the Necromancers by William Godwin

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Lives of the Necromancers
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Publisher: F. J. Mason
ISBN/ASIN: 1435722000
Number of pages: 344

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First published in 1834, Lives of Necromancers is perhaps one of the most thorough overviews of the lives and legends of both fictional and historic individuals associated with the magical arts. Godwin presents a fascinating overview of mankind's obsession with the magical arts and the impact that obsession has on the collective psyche.

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