7 edition of The Last Witch of Dogtown found in the catalog.
October 14, 2001
by Curious Traveller Pr
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
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The Last Witch of Dogtown is a rollicking historical novel that takes place in the now-abandoned settlement at the center of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Blessington skillfully weaves together the historic characters of Gloucester's earliest residents with the imaginary character of an unsuccessful clergyman/5(2).
The Last Witch of Dogtown is a rollicking historical novel that takes place in the now-abandoned settlement at the center of Gloucester, Massachusetts. Blessington skillfully weaves together the historic characters of Gloucester's earliest residents with the imaginary character of an unsuccessful clergyman/5.
Exhibit A is "The Red Tent," and "The Last Days of Dogtown" is a close runner-up. Dogtown was a real community on Cape Ann, Massachusetts, populated by the downtrodden in s society--widows, orphans, freed slaves, spinsters, drunks, whores, a witch or two, and, of course, dogs/5().
There was the much hated Tammy Younger, who, when we meet her is anything but young, and the nastiest, scariest woman in the area, thought by most to be a witch. She was among the very last of Dogtown’s residents to die.
The last two humans left in Dogtown. Anita Diamant is the bestselling author of the novels The Boston Girl, The Red Tent, Good Harbor, The Last Days of Dogtown, and Day After Night, and the collection of essays, Pitching My Tent.
An award-winning journalist whose work appeared in The Boston Globe Magazine and Parenting, she is the author of six nonfiction guides to contemporary Jewish life/5(52).