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A Book of Sorcerers and Spells

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  1. a 1974 anthology of 12 fairy tales from around the world that have been collected and retold by Ruth Manning-Sanders

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  2. one in a long series of such anthologies by Manning-Sanders

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  3. In the foreword, Manning-Sanders writes, "Sorcerers and sorceresses work their magic spells in much the same way as wizards and witches

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  4. and if you were to ask me what the difference is between a sorceress and a witch, I should say it is just a matter of dignity

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  5. You will never find a sorceress careering through the air on a broomstick, or bouncing over the ground in a wash tub..." The tale The Mossy Rock involves the trickster Anansi, in spider form

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