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First published by McFarland in 2003, The Halloween Encyclopedia (described by Booklist as “a worthy addition to public and school libraries as well as reference shelves for journalists and community event leaders”) was the first encyclopedic reference on the cultural phenomenon known as the Day of Terror.
The book also deals with related holidays such as the British Jay Fox Day, the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) in Mexico, and the Samhain Celtic Celebration. The second edition has now been updated to 2010 and includes more than 50 new entries, covering topics ranging from folk art to African American mythology. Many current entries have been expanded and revised, with new entries (“Halloween Chronology” and “Halloween in Literature and the Arts”) in both supplements. More than a dozen new illustrations and expanded bibliography were also presented.
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|Book Title: The Halloween Encyclopedia
|Author: Lisa Morton
|Pages: 265 Pages