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Hardcover, Limited Edition 1000 copies, 191 pages
Published 1951 by The Hand and Flower Press
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I truly enjoyed reading this book. It is fascinating and terrifying. Richard Bovet is a monster to modern sentiments. He is a savage writer from a strange and confusing time. It should be acknowledged that Mr. Bovet holds some pretty atrocious views. He sees confederacies with the devil in everything and has little time for any actual good news. That being said, theological writers from his time had a certain bite to them that unfortunately has been mostly lost on modern Christians. His imagery ...more
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Richard Bovet (born c. 1641) was an English author of the 17th century who wrote Pandaemonium, or the Devil's Cloister (1684), a book on demonology.
Bovet was virulently anti-Catholic, and his book often equates Catholicism with witchcraft. His work was influenced by that of Joseph Glanvill and Henry Moore.
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