1. Hero into General: Reading Myth in Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Nonnus of Panopolis, and John Malalas
  2. Benjamin Garstad
  3. pp. 227-260
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  1. Parthenogenesis in Hesiod’s Theogony
  2. Arum Park
  3. pp. 261-283
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  1. The Goddess Frig: Reassessing an Anglo-Saxon Deity
  2. Ethan Doyle White
  3. pp. 284-310
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  1. Revenants, Resurrection, and Burnt Sacrifice
  2. Nancy Mandeville Caciola
  3. pp. 311-338
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  1. Melting the Ice Gods: The Creation and Destruction of Old and New Gods in British Fiction, 1880–1955
  2. Marion Gibson
  3. pp. 339-366
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  1. “A Necessary but Not Sufficient Condition”: Psychedelic Mysticism, Perennial Liminality, and the Limits of Supernatural Theism
  2. Morgan Shipley
  3. pp. 367-400
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  1. The Ashgate Research Companion to Monsters and the Monstrous eds. by Asa Simon Mittman and Peter J. Dendle (review)
  2. John Weslee Ellis-Etchison
  3. pp. 401-406
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  1. Sepher Raziel, Also Known As Liber Salomonis: A 1564 English Grimoire from Sloane MS 3826 by Don Karr (review)
  2. Garth D. Reese
  3. pp. 406-408
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  1. England’s First Demonologist: Reginald Scot and ‘The Discoverie of Witchcraft’ by Philip C. Almond (review)
  2. Erika Gasser
  3. pp. 409-413
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  1. The Vampire Film: Undead Cinema by Jeffrey Weinstock (review)
  2. Joshua Coonrod
  3. pp. 413-417
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  1. Fantasy and Belief: Alternative Religions, Popular Narratives and Digital Cultures by Danielle Kirby (review)
  2. Karl Bell
  3. pp. 417-421
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