This antiquarian volume contains an interesting and thought-provoking treatise on the Devil, being 'a true history of this tyrant of the air, this god of the world, this terror and aversion of mankind, which we call Devil.' This 1972 book by Daniel Defoe offers its readers an interesting insight into the Defoe's views on religion and the Devil's role in human history, and will be of much value to those with an interest in the mind and religious beliefs of this most seminal English author. The chapters of this book include: 'Being an Introduction to the Whole Work'; 'Made them Fight like Mad or Drunk'; 'For Dame Religion as for Punk'; 'Of the Word 'Devil''; 'Of the Number of Satan's Host', etcetera. This vintage work is being republished now in an affordable, modern edition complete with a new prefatory biography of the author.
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