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Series: Man, Myth and Magic

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Man Myth & Magic - An illustrated encyclopedia of the supernatural [112 magazines bound in 7 volumes] by Richard Cavendishbound in 7 volumes
Man, Myth and Magic 01: Aberdeen Witches to Astrology by Richard Cavendish1
Man, Myth and Magic 02: Atavism to Body Astrology by Richard Cavendish2
Man, Myth and Magic 03: Boehme to Cayce by Richard Cavendish3
Man, Myth and Magic 04: Celts to Cult of the Dead by Richard Cavendish4
Man, Myth and Magic 05: Cure of Ars to Drugs by Richard Cavendish5
Man, Myth and Magic 06: Druids to European Witch Persecutions by Richard Cavendish6
Man, Myth and Magic 07: Evil to Flood by Richard Cavendish7
Man, Myth and Magic 08 Fludd to Golem by Richard Cavendish8
Man, Myth and Magic 09: Good Shepherd to Herbs by Richard Cavendish9
Man, Myth and Magic 10: Hercules to Immortality by Richard Cavendish10
Man, Myth and Magic 11: Imp to Kali by Richard Cavendish11
MAN, MYTH AND MAGIC an Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Supernatural Vol. 12 Kamikaze to Magpe and Rook by Richard Cavendish12
Man, Myth and Magic 13: Mahatmas to Meteors by Richard Cavendish13
Man, Myth and Magic 14: Mexico and Central America to New Guinea by Richard Cavendish14
Man, Myth and Magic 15: New Religious Movements to Palm by Richard Cavendish15
Man, Myth and Magic 16: Palmistry to Priests by Richard Cavendish16
Man, Myth and Magic 17: Prince to Ritual by Richard Cavendish17
Man, Myth and Magic 18: Ritual Magic to Seven by Richard Cavendish18
Man, Myth and Magic 19: Sex to Spontaneous Psi Experience by Richard Cavendish19
Man, Myth and Magic 20: Spring to Theosophy by Richard Cavendish20
Man, Myth and Magic 21: Theseus to Virgin Births by Richard Cavendish21
Man, Myth and Magic 22: Virgo to Zombies by Richard Cavendish22
Man, Myth and Magic 23: Zoroastrianism to Zurvan by Richard Cavendish23
Man, Myth and Magic 24: Frontiers of Belief by Richard Cavendish24
Man, Myth and Magic Sets by Richard Cavendish99

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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