A Mirror for Witches Esther Forbes A Mirror for Witches A novel written in the s and set in the Salem witch hunting days A young girl is convinced by the spirit of the times that the accusation against her of witchcraft is true
  • Title: A Mirror for Witches
  • Author: Esther Forbes
  • ISBN: 9780897331548
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
A Mirror for Witches Esther ForbesA novel written in the 1920s and set in the Salem witch hunting days A young girl is convinced by the spirit of the times that the accusation against her of witchcraft is true.
A Mirror for Witches Esther Forbes

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  1. This is an absolutely fascinating story written in a style I haven t come across before If you re a reader who likes reading about the Salem witch trials, you need to add this to your list pronto.Forbes wrote this book back in the late 1920 s, but the style and voice she used for the narrative is so authentic to the 17th century that it s almost like reading a 350 year old manuscript It s written in 3rd person, almost like a moral religious text primer, with elaborate and long sentenced chapter [...]

  2. A Mirror for Witches 1928 Esther ForbesDark, powerful and wonderfully wrought You re probably familiar with the author for her book Johnny Tremain, but i did not know of this book written 15 years earlier for older readers Highly recommended There is much here to discuss when read in a book group What follows aren t spoilers, but if you want to read thisbook knowing nothing before you start, then go do that This book uses a sort of unreliable narrator sometimes a dislikable narrator to great aff [...]

  3. Why is The Crucible the story of choice in HS This is SO much better I love how the author gives thoughts and feelings from various characters so it is not just a one sided glimpse into this part of history.

  4. I found this novel psychological than historical Was Doll actually a witch, or was she led to believe it by jealous and superstitious people Did she take a d mon lover, or were unscrupulous men abusing her This book is rich in horror and tragedy and interpretation I recommend it highly It gets better with each read.

  5. I found an original copy from 1928 in an Antiquarian book store It s absolutely incredible how graphic it is for a book written in 1928 Esther was a well educated woman I plan on seeking her other writings out.

  6. I re read this on one sitting I could not put it down Nothing short of a work of genius a lively, vivid and strange use of an unreliable omniscient narrator Why is this book not widely read

  7. The story is interesting It is a little hard to get past the archaic language, I often had to re read a paragraph to understand the gist, but that also added to the authenticity of the story.

  8. This is a superb and curious novel, set in Salem, 1600s Written in the style of a 17th century tract, the book tells the story of Doll Bilby, an orphan whose parents were both burned as witches Is Doll a witch Does she become the witch her accusers believe her to be Or is everything explainable in modern terms so obvious to us now The genius of this thought provoking book is to provide a narrative in which each episode sustains multiple interpretations psychological demonic sexual Told via an un [...]

  9. I gave this book such a high rating because I could not put it down I had a running commentary in the back of my head based in modern ideology, but it was an interesting look into a world view completely different from my own.

  10. A compelling story Forbes skills get the reader to like the main character despite the narrator s prejudices.

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