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“The ways in which appetites control and transform the body will be engaged with through its two extremes: starvation and cannibalism.”
— Elizabeth Andrews
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“Here, we must refer Øystein Aarseth (also known as Euronymous, Mayhem’s founder, lead guitarist and a legend within the scene) and his murder at the hands of Varg Vikernes and, even more critical for the emergence of the particular sub-genre of Depressive Suicidal Black Metal, the suicide of Per Yngve Ohlin (Mayhem’s Swedish vocalist since 1988, otherwise known as Dead).”
— José Felipe Silva
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“During the famous witch trials of the second half of the 1500’s, inquisitors firmly believed in the idea of contracting with the Devil.”
— Alexandru Rusu
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“Throughout the mid-to late Victorian period, spiritualistic phenomena were associated with a wide range of contemporary and ancient supernatural phenomena, including Christian miracles, witchcraft and sorcery, apparitions of the living and dead, haunted houses, fairies, and second sight.”
— Richard Noakes
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“There is no doubt that in its formulation it was presented to the mind of Christian Mysticism as the life which was hidden with Christ in God, and this ineffable concealment was equivalent to the presentation in the open teaching of that mystery of emblematic death which lies behind all the pageants of initiation. ”
— Edward Waite
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“In the attempt to rationalise Erzsébet Báthory’s sexual and murderous perversions as related to her psychopathic madness, Valentine Penrose reveals that not only was she was born in 1560 within the mould of sorcery but she was also the product of much inbreeding typical of the Hungarian upper class to which her family belonged.”
— Cristina Santos
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“Although she is most commonly depicted as King Arthur’s treacherous half-sister and a dark sorceress determined to bring down Camelot with diabolical enchantments, Morgan le Fay was first conceived by Geoffrey of Monmouth as a fanciful character, seemingly plucked from legend.”
— Cheyenne Oliver
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“Although many scholars have noted Ann Radcliffe’s commitment to propriety, much remains to be understood about its impact on her Gothic, a genre whose sensationalism placed it in an uneasy relationship with polite eighteenth-century writing.”
— Yael Shapira
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“Through a do-it-yourself application of Victorian design principles to modern technology, steampunks bring the techno fantasy element of Steampunk fiction to life, if not in actual working models then certainly in prototype machines.”
— Samantha Mall Viksnins
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“Space does not permit a rehash of the vexed debate around the antiquity or otherwise of early Germanic, Old Norse or Viking age rune-casting, except to note that there is equivocal historical evidence which has split scholars into camps both for and against.”
— Paul Mountfort
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