Elizabethan Demonology

Read by Eva Davis

(4.5 stars; 20 reviews)

Elizabethan Demonology: An Essay in Illustration of the Belief in the Existence of Devils, and the Powers Possessed By Them, as It Was Generally Held during the Period of the Reformation, and the Times Immediately Succeeding; with Special Reference to Shakespeare and His Works
This Essay is an expansion, in accordance with a preconceived scheme, of two papers, one on "The Witches in Macbeth," and the other on "The Demonology of Shakespeare," which were read before the New Shakespeare Society in the years 1877 and 1878. The Shakespeare references in the text are made to the Globe Edition.
- Summary by Thomas Alfred Spalding (4 hr 16 min)


Section 1 19:09 Read by Eva Davis
Section 2 23:44 Read by Eva Davis
Section 3 18:35 Read by Eva Davis
Section 4 25:17 Read by Eva Davis
Section 5 26:51 Read by Eva Davis
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Section 7 25:57 Read by Eva Davis
Section 8 15:10 Read by Eva Davis
Section 9 25:50 Read by Eva Davis
Section 10 22:46 Read by Eva Davis
Section 11 27:46 Read by Eva Davis


bulls-eye !

(5 stars)

Brilliant, scholarly and well written! This lady reads like a professional and is gifted with a sonorous and distinct voice. Nice tone and lilt! It is as they say "ALL GOOD" ! Thanx 4 dat !


(4.5 stars)

Brilliant and academic piece of writing with a reading which is as enchanting ax the work itself. Music to the ears/ it just makes it so much nicer / awesome!

(4 stars)

Well read, good info. Somewhat dated and filled with assumptions. Also, the focus on Shakespeare is so overwhelming that the topic of demonology is dropped for long periods.

(5 stars)

Insightful writing , very engaging. Wonderful reading, clear tone and well-paced.

A must-listen for Shakespeare enthusiasts

(5 stars)

Ably narrated.