Folk-lore of Shakespeare
Good Press, 25/04/2021 - 561 páginas
This informative book contains lots of information that will delight the fans of Shakespeare, folklore, and the student of history. The book handles three primary areas, including supernatural creatures, like ghosts and witches, natural history, and social matters, like traditions and children's games.
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