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Drutenjagd in Franken, Eyrbaum: Wagner, Why do you think his grandmother wont tell him about the time she encountered a witch? Why did Luke and his grandmother have to return to England? How did they feel about it? How do English witches get rid of children? Who is the Grand High Witch?

Why does she meet with the other witches? Describe Lukes first encounter with a witch? How did he escape? What happened to Lukes grandmother with only three weeks of summer left?

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Where did they decide to vacation? What gift did Lukes grandmother give him? What did he plan to do with them? Where did Luke go to work with his pets? Why did he choose this location?


What tricks did he teach to his pets? What did Luke notice about the ladies were seated in the ballroom? How did he react? Describe the woman on the platform in as much detail as possible.

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What happened once the woman removed her mask? What did the Grand High Witch order the other witches to do first?

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In Merry England and in religious New England, men and women, old and young, the ministers of the Gospel, the clown and the philosopher, have perished at the stake or on the gallows, victims to this hideous delusion. A striking feature in the history of witchcraft is the fact that by far the greater number of its votaries were women, mostly old women. It is hard to find any explanation of this condition. King James I. If she ventured out in the daylight she was pursued with obloquy.

They stick with pins my bleeding seat, And bid me show my secret teat. Your genuine witch was believed to be incapable of shedding tears, and if through torture she could be made to weep, her power had departed and she became a helpless victim to justice.

King James says: