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 //​Published:​ 1951// //​Published:​ 1951//
  
-{{:​oeuvre:​fiction:​shortstories:​1951_spring_avon10story_bama.jpg?​200 |10 Story Fantasy}}//Cry Witch!// was written in 1951, squarely in Leiber’s Jungian period. ​ Its central figure, the eponymous witch, is an anima shadow to the narrator’s ‘friend’. ​ She goes nameless in the tale and it is the mystery of her nature and the questions that surround her that propel the story forward.+{{:​oeuvre:​fiction:​shortstories:​1951_spring_avon10story_bama.jpg?​200 |10 Story Fantasy}}"Cry Witch!" ​was written in 1951, squarely in Leiber’s Jungian period. ​ Its central figure, the eponymous witch, is an anima shadow to the narrator’s ‘friend’. ​ She goes nameless in the tale and it is the mystery of her nature and the questions that surround her that propel the story forward.
  
 <​storyquote>"​My friend did not know her name or where she lived. He did not ask her. With regard to that he was conscious of an unspoken agreement between them. But she always turned up when he wanted her and she was very artful in her choice of the moment to slip away."</​storyquote>​ <​storyquote>"​My friend did not know her name or where she lived. He did not ask her. With regard to that he was conscious of an unspoken agreement between them. But she always turned up when he wanted her and she was very artful in her choice of the moment to slip away."</​storyquote>​