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Deconstructing Harry: Casting a Critical Eye on the Witches and Wizards of Hogwarts

in: Lehr, Susan, ed. Beauty, Brains, and Brawn: The Construction and Gender of Children's Literature. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2001. p. 42-50.

Dr. Margaret Murray and H. P. Lovecraft: The Witch-Cult in New England

Lovecraft Studies No. 31: 2-10. Fall 1994. (Also in: Connors, Scott, ed. A Century Less a Dream: Selected Criticism on H. P. Lovecraft. Holicong, PA: Wildside, 2002. p. 112-123.)

Fantasies of Gender and the Witch in Feminist Theory and Literature

West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press, 2008. 198 p.

From Oz to Harry - Who's the Most Powerful of Them All?

Austin American Statesman Sect. K, p. 17. November 25, 2001.

Hubble-Bubble, Herbs, and Grimoires: Magic, Manichaeanism, and Witchcraft in Buffy

in: Wilcox, Rhonda V. and Lavery, David, eds. Fighting the Forces: What's at Stake in Buffy the Vampire Slayer? Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2002. p. 178-194.

Magic Mexican Modernity: The Shifting Image of Witches and Witchcraft in the Movies

in: Brodman, Barbara and Doan, James E., eds. The Supernatural Revamped: From Timeworn Legends to Twenty-First Century Chic. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2016. p. 97-114.

Magic or Make-Believe? Acquiring the Conventions of Witches and Witchcraft

Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 6(4): 341-359. 1995.

Modern Apprenticeships for Girls: The Teenage Witch Convention in Young Adult Fiction,

in: Moody, Nickianne and Horrocks, Clare, eds. Children's Fantasy Fiction: Debates for the Twenty First Century. Liverpool, UK: Association for Research in Popular Fictions, 2005. p. 56-74.

The Witch Woman: A Recurring Motif in Recent Fantasy Writing for Young Readers

Mythlore 20(1): 48-52. Winter 1994. (Whole No. 75) (Reprinted: Children's Literature in Education 26(2): 119-133. June 1995.)

The Witch, the Cauldron, and the Inverted Cooking Ritual

Supernatural Studies 1 (1): 17-30 (Summer 2013).

The Witches in The Witch House

Crypt of Cthulhu 1(5): 26-27. 1982.

Transgendered Magic: The Radical Performance of the Young Wizard in YA Literature

The Looking Glass 10(1): [18 p.] January 2, 2006. (http://the-looking-glass.net)

Vampires and Witches and Werewolves, Oh My!

in: Santos, Christina and Spahr, Adriana, eds. Defiant Deviance: The Irreality of Reality in the Cultural Imaginary. New York: Peter Lang, 2006. p. 35-52.

Weird Sisters and Wild Women: The Changing Depiction of Witches in Literature, from Shakespeare to Science Fiction.

Master's Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand), 1999. (Online at: http://www.daphnelawless.com/writing/weirdsis.htm) Accessed 20 July 2014.

Wicked and Wonderful Witches: Narrative and Gender Negotiations from the Wizard of Oz to Wicked,

in: Frus, Phyllis and Williams, Christy, eds. Beyond Adaptation: Essays on Radical Transformations of Original Works. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2010. p. 123-132.

Witch in Film: Myth and Reality

in: Grant, Barry K., ed. Planks of Reason. Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1984. pp.113-125.


in: Magill, Frank N., ed. Survey of Modern Fantasy Literature, Vol 5. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Salem Press, Inc., 1983. pp. 2350-2368.

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