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The nomenclature of tobacco has been exceptionally diverse. Remarks from 19th- and 20th-century authors support this claim and Tanner provides a listing of the various terms used in writing about tobacco.
The author has pulled an excerpt from a book published in 1572 as an example of the feelings that come with the belief that one is about to die.
Perhaps no figure common to folklore and literature is more popular than the devil. Also well-known are certain traditions in which men out-wit the devil.