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The Book of Werewolves: Being an Account of a Terrible Superstition

S. Baring-Gould (1834-1924)

1. 01 - CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTORY
2. 02 - CHAPTER II: LYCANTHROPY AMONG THE ANCIENTS
3. 03 - CHAPTER III: THE WERE-WOLF IN THE NORTH
4. 04 - CHAPTER IV: THE ORIGIN OF THE SCANDINAVIAN WERE-WOLF
5. 05 - CHAPTER V: THE WERE-WOLF IN THE MIDDLE AGES
6. 06 - CHAPTER VI: A CHAPTER OF HORRORS
7. 07 - CHAPTER VII: JEAN GRENIER
8. 08 - CHAPTER VIII: FOLK-LORE RELATING TO WERE-WOLVES
9. 09 - CHAPTER IX: NATURAL CAUSES OF LYCANTHROPY
10. 10 - CHAPTER X: MYTHOLOGICAL ORIGIN OF THE WERE-WOLF MYTH
11. 11 - CHAPTER XI: THE MARÉCHAL DE RETZ I: THE INVESTIGATION OF CHARGES
12. 12 - CHAPTER XII: THE MARÉCHAL DE RETZ II: THE TRIAL
13. 13 - CHAPTER XIII: MARÉCHAL DE RETZ III: THE SENTENCE AND EXECUTION
14. 14 - CHAPTER XIV: A GALICIAN WERE-WOLF
15. 15 - CHAPTER XV: ANOMALOUS CASE--THE HUMAN HYENA
16. 16 - CHAPTER XVI: A SERMON ON WERE-WOLVES

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Summary

A survey of the myths and legends concerning lycanthropy from ancient times to the Victorian Era.