qIn all, Klaits has done a good job. Avoiding the scandalous and sensational, he has maintained throughout, with sensitivity and economy, an awareness of the uniqueness of the theories and persecutions that have fascinated scholars now for two decades and are unlikely to lose their appeal in the foreseeable future.q -- American Historical Review qThis is a commendable synthesis whose time has come.... fascinating... q -- The Sixteenth Century Journal ..q. comprehensive and clearly written... An excellent book... q -- Choice qImpeccable research and interpretation stand behind this scholarly but not stultifying account... q -- Booklist qA good, solid, general treatment... q -- Erik Midelfort qServants of Satan is a well written, easy to read book, and the bibliography is a good source of secondary materials for further reading.q -- Journal of American Folkloreaquot; -- American Historical Review aquot;This is a commendable synthesis whose time has come.... fascinating... aquot; -- The Sixteenth Century Journal ..aquot;. comprehensive and clearly written... An excellent book.
|Title||:||Servants of Satan|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 1985|