by Frank Hamel
Publisher: Frederick A. Stokes 1915
Number of pages: 297
From the abundant records and traditions dealing with the curious belief that certain men and women can transform themselves into animals I have collected a number of instances and examples which throw fresh light on the subject both from the point of view of folk-lore and occultism.
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