Posted: December 6th, 2016
part a. in your view, which group was most responsible for witch trials: average community members, or secular and religious authorities who conducted the trials? Be sure to consider both sides, then use specific evidence from both primary and secondary source materials in the course to defend your argument. part b Compare and contrast written primary source accounts of witchcraft (for example, the Malleus Maleficarium, Cautio Criminalis, Tempel Anneke trial sources, etc.) with fictional literary portrayals of witchcraft. To what degree do the literary portrayals you have encountered reflect the historical reality depicted in the primary sources? In what ways do they skew historical reality, and why? Be sure to consider at least two different literary portrayals of witchcraft and two different primary sources. Your essays should each include: 1. An introduction in which you introduce your topic and present a clear thesis statement. 2. A series of paragraphs that present evidence that clearly supports your thesis. Introduce each paragraph with a topic sentence. Each paragraph should contain only one topic. 3. A conclusion in which you restate your main points and thesis. 4. All quotations and paraphrased information must include intext citations APA or Chicago format. each part should be four pages
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