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Witchcraft Works

Author : Ryu Mizunagi
ISBN : 9781682331385
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Honoka Takamiya is an average student. Ayaka Kagari, his classmate who sits next to him in class, on the other hand is the class "Princess". Ayaka is tall, strikingly gorgeous and has a regalness to her that almost exudes a royal attitude. Despite their promixity in school, over the school year the two have never shared much conversation...until today. So today as class ended, Takamiya was suddenly attacked by a cat-eared witch and her band of bunny-costumed thugs! And if that were not enough of a shock, this average joe would then be saved, like a Princess by none other than Ayaka Kagari... a witch herself!
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Witchcraft Works

Author : Ryu Mizunagi
ISBN : 1947194674
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Witchcraft Works is a romance comedy where magic and supernational powers shape the lives of a handful of high school kids.
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Witchcraft Works 13

Author : Ryu Mizunagi
ISBN : 9781646591428
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Alcina, a high-ranking Workshop witch, continues to investigate Takamiya, since she finds it improbable that he could take in the White Princess without her power overwhelming his. Does the appearance of so many old witches—and their clashing wishes, preferences, intrigue, ideals and beliefs—portend the outbreak of a magical war?
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Witchcraft Works 11

Author : Ryu Mizunagi
ISBN : 9781642122169
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A Blood Oath, A New Beginning -- As Kagari and Takamiya delve deeper into the memories within the pendant, the full picture of how they met and had their fates inextricably linked is revealed. With their memories restored, the bond between Kagari and Takamiya should be stronger than ever, but during a witches’ patrol this power manifests in a totally unexpected way. And what will the Workshop brass think of the Chairwoman’s handling of the town…?

The Works Volume 1

Author : Walter Bagehot
ISBN : 9783849691165
Genre : Political Science
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Walter Bagehot was one of the most famous 19th-century British journalists and essayists, whose major works refer to government, economics, and literature. This is the first out of nine volumes with his most important writings, this one containing: Memoir To The Roman Catholic Church Second Memoir Letters On The French Coup D’état Of 1851 Oxford Hartley Coleridge Shakespeare - The Man Bishop Butler
Category: Political Science

Generation Witch

Author : Isaki Uta
ISBN : 162692533X
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Generation Witch is a new slice-of-life manga series with a magical twist. This charming storyline follows the lives of several young witches as they struggle with the dual challenges of wielding magic and teenage angst, and will appeal to fans of Sabrina the Teenage Witch and Witchcraft Works . In the world of Generation Witch,1% of the population are witches. Most non-magical people look up to these witches and envy their power, but as witches already know, sometimes these abilities can be more of a curse. When growing up already requires all the luck and effort a teenager can muster, what happens when you throw spells, brooms, and bubbling cauldrons into the mix?
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

English Witchcraft 1560 1736 Early English Demonological Works

Author : J. A. Sharpe
ISBN : STANFORD:36105026574140
Genre : History
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This broadly chronological collection charts the change in attitudes to witchcraft during the period 1560-1736, which culminates in the educated debate on the reality of witchcraft and the gradual decline in belief in witches and association phenomena, leading to the repeal of the English witchcraft statute. The religious and political tensions brought about by the Civil War and Restoration are evident within these texts. During this time there were many instances of witch persecutions, and well over 100 works were written on the subject. Events like the only mass witch trial to take place in England, instigated by an obscure gentleman called Matthew Hopkins in East Anglia, sparked the publication of a number of tracts by supporters of witch hunts and by the sceptics. These volumes also include early demonological works, trial pamphlets and final debates.
Category: History