No Place Like Home

Rachel Ingalls’s Mrs. Caliban captivates by virtue of the ways in which it least resembles the kinds of novels we know

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White Magic

Though it is the subtext of savagery that animates narratives around witches, white women who take up the mantle of witch magic rarely understand themselves to be engaging in Indian or savage play