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Keith P. Luria

Cochinchine, de Camboye & du Tonquin &c (Paris: Charles Angot, 1684 ), pp. 198, 244; Alberts, Conflict and conversion , p. 175. On the role of the Amantes de la Croix in providing Vietnamese Catholic women with an alternative to traditional family life, see Nhung Tuyet Tran, ‘Les Amantes de la Croix: an early modern Vietnamese sisterhood’, in Gisèle

in Conversions
Felicity Dunworth

, especially powerful catholic women, to this, p. 120. 57 Purkiss, The Witch in History , p. 185. 58 Purkiss, The Witch in History , pp. 120–2. 59 Marina Warner, Fantastic Metamorphosis, Other Worlds (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002), p. 35

in Mothers and meaning on the early modern English stage