Further Reading on Superstitions

Two books that will help you learn more about superstitions and superstitious beliefs.


Maple, Eric. Superstition and the Superstitious. New York: A. S. Barnes and Co., 1972. Explores and explains a multitude of superstitions, including those surrounding house and garden, work and travel, recreation and entertainment, body and clothes.

Batchelor, Julie Forsyth, and De Lys, Claudia.

Superstitious? Here's Why! New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1954. Covers everything from charms, hiccuping, and black cats to umbrellas, warts, and "crossing your heart."

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