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In arguing that both interpretations provide correct readings of the text, I hold the view that enclosed in Zollner's catachresis lies the ambiguity of witchcraft itself: victim as culprit, disenchanter as magician, magician as disenchanter, culprit as victim.
Zollner acts as Wilhelm Weber's disenchanter (without having been asked, that is).
At the same time, Reed, entertainer as well as disenchanter, while revealing the not always attractive faces behind the masks, nevertheless finds value in the masks themselves.