Aug 13, 2020
The Black Book of the Werewolf
Posted by Marie de France Sutherland Menzies Eric Stenbock Clemence Housman Henry Beaugrand Barry Pain W.B. Yeats Edward Lucas White

This huge collection of 32 gruesome and brilliant werewolf short stories and novellas over 500 printed pages represent some of the best of the 19th and early 20th century, when the werewolf was at its full height of terror The Werewolf s bestial ferocity, superhuman strength, sadistic cruelty, and ravenous hunger make him the very epitome of supernatural terror The legThis huge collection of 32 gruesome and brilliant werewolf short stories and novellas over 500 printed pages represent some of the best of the 19th and early 20th century, when the werewolf was at its full height of terror The Werewolf s bestial ferocity, superhuman strength, sadistic cruelty, and ravenous hunger make him the very epitome of supernatural terror The legends surrounding the werewolf can be traced back to the earliest records of civilization In folklore the werewolf is depicted as the embodiment of evil and has dominated above all creatures as the most treacherous, savage, and demonic slaves of Satans The werewolf theme in fiction was introduced by Marie de France in her 13th century romance Lais of the Bisclavret Though common in folklore the werewolf doesn t make a major reappearance in fiction until the19th century with the Gothic novel, whose writers drew inspiration from the gruesome legends and folkore of ancient and middle ages, such as Hugues, the Wer Wolf 1839 by Sutherland Menzies, and The White Wolf of the Hartz Mountains 1839 by Frederick Marryat, whose villian featues a demonic female, with an insatiable appetite for human male flesh.The late 19th and early 20th century saw an explosion of werewolf short stories and novels, including The Eyes of the Panther 1891 by famed occultist Ambrose Bierce and the famed English occult story writer Algernon Blackwood, who wrote a number of werewolf stories, such as Running Wolf 1921 A seductive female who transforms into a werewolf and devours her male victims also make an appearane in Clemence Houseman s acclaimed novella The Were wolf 1896.Also included is A True Discourse Declaring the Damnable Life and Death of One Stubbe Peeter , written in 1590 Stubbe died 1589 was a German farmer and alleged serial killer and cannibal, also known as the Werewolf of Bedburg He confessed to killing and eating fourteen children, two pregnant women, and their fetuses One of the children was his own son, whose brain he was reported to have devoured In addition to this he confessed to having had intercourse with a succubus sent to him by the Devil.Table of Contents Bisclavret The Lais of the Werewolf by Marie de France 1170 Stubbe Peeter by Anonymous 1590 The Severed Arm by Anonymous 1820 Hugues, The Wer Wolf by Sutherland Menzies 1838 The White Wolf of the Hartz Mountains by Frederick Marryat 1839 Jean Grenier, A French Werewolf by Sabine Baring Gould 1865 Monare by Mrs Richard S Greenough 1872 Bound by a Spell by The Hon Mrs Greene 1885 The Wolf by Guy De Maupassant 1887 The White Wolf of Kostopchin by Sir Gilbert Campbell 1889 The Mark of the Beast by Rudyard Kipling 1891 The Eyes of the Panther by Ambrose Bierce 1891 The Other Side by Count Eric Stenbock 1893 The Were Wolf by Clemence Housman 1896 The Werwolves by Henry Beaugrand 1898 The Gray Cat by Barry Pain 1901 Where There Is Nothing, There Is God by W.B Yeats 1903 Amina by Edward Lucas White 1906 The Camp of the Dog by Algernon Blackwood 1908 The Gray Wolf by George MacDonald 1909 Gabriel Ernest by Saki H.H Munro 1910 She Wolf by Saki H.H Munro 1910 The Werewolf by Eugene Field 1911 The Thing in the Forest by Bernard Capes 1915 The White Dog by Feodor Sologub 1915 He of the Hairy Face by Sir Hugh Clifford 1916 The Were Tiger by Sir Hugh Clifford 1916 Running Wolf by Algernon Blackwood 1921 The Hidden Beast by J.D Beresford 1921 The Voice in the Night by W.J Wintle 1921 Lady Into Fox by David Garnett 1922 The Fox Woman by Abraham Merritt 1922

  • Title: The Black Book of the Werewolf
  • Author: Marie de France Sutherland Menzies Eric Stenbock Clemence Housman Henry Beaugrand Barry Pain W.B. Yeats Edward Lucas White
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  • Page: 321
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  • The Black Book of the Werewolf This huge collection of gruesome and brilliant werewolf short stories and novellas over printed pages represent some of the best of the th and early th century when the werewolf was at its


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