Sidonia the Sorceress Volume I of II by Wilhelm Meinhold

Sidonia the Sorceress Volume I of II by Wilhelm Meinhold

Sidonia the Sorceress Volume I of II by Wilhelm Meinhold Fiction Literary Fairy Tales Folk Tales Legends Mythology ☁ [PDF / Epub] ☀ Sidonia the Sorceress Volume I of II by Wilhelm Meinhold Fiction Literary Fairy Tales Folk Tales Legends Mythology By Wilhelm Meinhold ✎ – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk Sidonia von Borcke 1548 1620 was a Pomeranian noblewoman who was tried and executed for witchcraft In posthumous legends she is depicted as a femme fatale and she has entered English literature as Sid Sidonia von Borcke Sorceress Volume Kindle Ø was a Pomeranian noblewoman who was tried and executed for witchcraft In posthumous legends she is depicted as a femme fatale and she has entered English literature as Sidonia the SorceressAmongst all the trials for witchcraft with which we are acuainted few have attained so great a celebrity as that Sidonia the PDF or of the Lady Canoness of Pomerania Sidonia von Bork She was accused of having by her sorceries caused sterility in many families particularly in that of the ancient reigning house of Pomerania and also of having destroyed the noblest scions of that house by an early and premature death Notwithstanding the intercessions and entreaties of the the Sorceress Volume Kindle Ø Prince of Brandenburg and Saxony.


2 thoughts on “Sidonia the Sorceress Volume I of II by Wilhelm Meinhold Fiction Literary Fairy Tales Folk Tales Legends Mythology

  1. Charity Charity says:

    I discovered this title via another book This is the first of two books about Sidonia a noble woman of Pomerania who turns to sorcery after she is spurned by the prince Her actions lead to the eventual downfall of the ducal family of Pomerania The story is related by a Pomeranian born many years after her reign of terror and is told as the author gathers tales from those people who experienced the terror directly or heard about it from friends and family It's oddly written and the author so freuently mentions tales that he is going to reveal later it's rather like watching the evening news as he says but on that later An intriguing book with some grammatical and language challenges for this modern reader but I'm now reading the second volume so there's clearly enough to motivate me to continue on I'd recommend it to fans of gothic horror or The Crucible


  2. Kevin Kevin says:

    Where's the sorcery? It wasn't bad but it barely felt medieval What was Rossetti thinking?


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