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All of Them Witches: Individuality, Conformity and the Occult on Screen

SKU: 02628-SE83

    Though witchcraft is often used as an allegory for specific contemporary social issues, its perennial popularity hints at something more universal. Sarah Ward looks at key texts from a number of eras in order to find out why the filmic witch refuses to die.

    Additional keywords: Screens in the Classroom, middle years, senior secondary, The Crucible, Arthur Miller, McCarthyism, Nicholas Hytner, The Blair Witch Project, Teen Witch, Hocus Pocus, Practical Magic, Bewitched, Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Rosemary's Baby, Roman Polanski, Vietnam War, The Craft, Andrew Fleming, The Witch, Robert Eggers, 1990s cinema, 1960s cinema.

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