Unformatted text preview: sweat and tears of ancestors who struggled with the same predicaments, who were plagued by the same passions.” Describe the emotions expressed by 2 specific spells Lindquist analyzes. When, according to Lindquist, do spells seem to provide a more satisfactory form of emotional expression than ordinary language, and why? 2. On p.182, Lindquist argues that spells work because there is a “homology between the internal structure of the spells and the prevailing grids of power and patterns of subjectivity.” Drawing on 2 examples of spells that Lindquist analyzes, explain what she means in the above quotation. 3. Lindquist argues that Katerina’s magic is effective in changing the ‘structures of subjectivity’ of her clients. Drawing on 2 examples from chapters 6 or 7, explain what this means, and how such changes occur....
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