By Jackson, Shirley
Spellbound by old Tituba''s tales, a group of young girls in Salem ignored the prohibition on magic. When questioned about their activities, the girls accused townsperson after townsperson. This book examines the truth of Salem''s witches.'
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Shirley Jackson was born in San Francisco in 1916. She first received wide critical acclaim for her short story 'The Lottery', which was published in 1949. Her novels - which include The Sundial, The Bird's Nest, Hangsaman, The Road through the Wall, We Have Always Lived in the Castle and The Haunting of Hill House - are characterised by her use of realistic settings for tales that often involve elements of horror and the occult. Raising Demons and Life Among the Savages are her two works of nonfiction. Come Along With Me is a collection of stories, lectures, and part of the novel she was working on when she died in 1965.
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