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". . .The articles exposing the fortune-tellers which appeared in the Tribune the previous year are the subject matter for the book, with only one additional chapter, and a conclusion. There appears, upon first examination, more dressing up of the originals than is really the case; what usually happens is that Doesticks places his thumbnail sketch of the witch's history at the first of the chapter, while in the newspaper story it usually came last. . ."