The true description of two monsterous chiildren

laufully begotten betwene George Steuens and Margerie his wyfe, and borne in the parish of Swanburne in Buckingham shyre, the. iiii. of Aprill. Anno Domini. 1566, the two children havuing both their belies fast ioyned together, and imbraycyng one an other with their armes: which children wer both a lyue by the space of half an hower, and wer baptized, and named the one John, and the other Joan.
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By Alexander Lacy, for William Lewes: dwellyng in Cow lane aboue Holborne cundit, ouer against the signe of the Plough , Imprinted at London
Ballads, English -- 16th century., Conjoined twins -- Early works to
GenreEarly works to 1800.
SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1606:21.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18472673M

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Jem describes a version of Boo Radley that is essentially a monster from a horror story. This description reflects the children’s preconceived notions about who or what Boo might be. They have filled in the void created by their curiosity with all of the most dreadful and.

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Not all monsters are gnarly, possibly horned, garishly colored, part-beast part-human creatures. These monster books explore modern-day evil and its many faces that walk amongst us, in this very world.

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