Women, Witches, and Magic: How the History of Witchcraft Shaped the Grimm Brothers' Kinder- unci Hausmarchen
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Division of Languages and Literature; Foreign Languages, Cultures, and Literatures; German Studies
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Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.
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Quinlan, Theodore, "Women, Witches, and Magic: How the History of Witchcraft Shaped the Grimm Brothers' Kinder- unci Hausmarchen" (2009). Senior Projects 2007-2010 Archival Collection. 443.
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