"A persuasive and interesting account that gets lost in the drawn-out and diffused story of an unorthodox healing. "
From an Australian academic now US-based, a discursive and languidly paced account of an alleged bewitching in Soweto, South Africa, that suggests wider political and psychological significance.
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