Why We Become Witches

This is a faithful, delightful distillation of Sylvia Townsend Warner's much-loved novel Lolly Willowes.  Lolly's gentle flowering into witchcraft has as much to do with the Celtic Green Man as with Satan.  And by her tale's end, she's diffidently voicing critiques of patriarchy as trenchant as any by Virginia Woolf or Germaine Greer.

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