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    References and Homages

    Not sure if it has been mentioned already, pretty sure it has, and also not sure in which book the passage is. Once there is a line about woods witches, one of the characters thinks or says something along the lines "a woods witch? they are not magical, but know their way with herbs and tend to the people when they come into this world and when they leave it" It is a direct reference to Terry Pratchetts witches in his discworld novels, probably particularly to Esme "granny" Weatherwax I think the text passage also includes that these witches "magic" mainly comes from psychology, meaning that they impress simple minded people with perfectly natural means and are therefor taken magical, which is also a concurring theme with Terry Pratchetts portrayal of his witches.
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