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Thursday, January 26

  1. page F. Werewolf legends in North, Central, and South America edited rF. F. Werewolf legends Haiti – Jé-rouges / Barnese J. (A3) Navajo/Mohawk – skinwalkers/limikk…
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    Haiti – Jé-rouges / Barnese J. (A3)
    Navajo/Mohawk – skinwalkers/limikkin / Samantha W. (A3)
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    Brazil – Lobisomem / Imani A. (A3)
    Argentina – werejaguar/runa-uturungu / Andrea P. (A1)
    ArgentianArgentina – werefox/lobison
    Mexico – Nahaul / Ray P. (B1)
    Mexico - Chupacabras / Michelle V. (A3)
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Wednesday, January 25

  1. page J. Pop Culture Werewolves - Animation, Teen Lit, Video Games edited ... The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) / Forest S. (B1) {http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/5…
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    The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) / Forest S. (B1)
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    except his Bow-tie!bow-tie, Victor, having
    Remus Lupin – Harry Potter Series/ Ashleigh M.O. (B1)
    {remus.jpg} Latchford, Ruth E. "Remus Lupin, Werewolf." Cartoon. Elfwood. Thomas Abrahamsson, 08 May 2005. Web. 04 Dec. 2011.
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    The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) / Forest S. (B1)
    {http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/5141XNGYBRL._SL500_AA300_.jpg} "Google Images." Google. Web. 30 Nov. 2011. http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://ecx.images-amazon.com /images/I/5141XNGYBRL._SL500_AA300_.jpg.
    After a hectic night-time chase and a series of clues, Wallace and Gromit come to the theory that Hutch is the Were-Rabbit. Wallace is overjoyed however, because this technically means he has already captured the beast, and goes to tell the good news to Lady Tottington. Gromit instead discovers that the Were-Rabbit is, in fact, Wallace, after discovered a pile of munched vegetables in his bed, suffering from the effects of the accident with the Mind Manipulation-O-Matic having caused him and Hutch to each take on aspects of the other; Hutch has gained Wallace's entire personality (right down to his liking for cheese) and even displays Wallace's knack for inventions and regularly repeats some of Wallace's old phrases. Gromit follows Wallace, retrieves him before he can transform, and when driving home, Victor corners Wallace during the night, jealous of Lady Tottington's growing fondness for him because of his humane practice of pest control. But then Wallace falls into the path of moonlight and transforms during the transformation, Wallace starts to grow huge, ripping his clothes. Though, ironically, Wallace looses all his clothes except his Bow-tie! Victor, having identified the Were-Rabbit, gets the idea to get rid of his rival to win Tottington's heart, and goes to Reverend Clement Hedges and gains access to "24-carrot" gold bullets – supposedly, the only things capable of killing a Were-Rabbit. (wallace and gromit)
    Remus Lupin – Harry Potter Series/ Ashleigh M.O. (B1)
    {remus.jpg} Latchford, Ruth E. "Remus Lupin, Werewolf." Cartoon. Elfwood. Thomas Abrahamsson, 08 May 2005. Web. 04 Dec. 2011.
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    quite different. GreybackGreyback wasn't a
    "Yu-gi-oh!" Werewolf cards/ Sam L.P. (A1)
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    Rowling, J.K. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. New York City: Arthur A. Levine , an Imprint of Scholastic, 2001. 33+. Print.
    "Thriller." Wikipedia.com. 24 July 2010. Web. 5 Dec. 2011. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Jackson%27s_Thriller>.
    "Wallace and Gromit" Wallace and Gromit wiki. 16 Dec. 11. Web. 18 Dec. 2011. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallace_%26_Gromit:_The_Curse_of_the_Were-Rabbit
    Witch, Flying. "Church Grim." The Demoniacal. 18 Dec. 2011 http://thedemoniacal.blogspot.com/2009/05/church-grim.html.
    "Worgen." Wowhead. ZAM. Web. 16 Dec. 2011. <http://www.wowhead.com/race=22/worgen>.
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Saturday, December 24

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    Fenrir Greyback amongst many fictional characters was in fact a werewolf. Fenrir was concieved in the mind of writer J.K Rowling, the widely known author of the "Harry Potter" series. Although most believe that werewolves remain consistantly similar between different series and fictional works, Greyback is quite different. Greyback wasn't a very established character but it was quickly noted of his evil status. He was a savage and ferocious creature that was feared all throughought the magical and wizarding world. He was a different kind of werewolf, he made it his mission to bite and turn as many people into werewolves as he possibly could (Rowling). He wasn't directly affiliated with the Deatheaters but he led his fellow wolves in supporting Lord Voldemort's stride toward evil takeover of both the magical and muggle world. Greyback was different and especially savage because he would attack not only in his werewolf form but also in his normal non-werewolf form. He also would target young children over adults in his attempt to turn as much of the world as he could into werewolves (Rowling). He fought alongside the rest of the Deatheaters in the battle at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He was in fact defeated by students of the school. Greyback was regarded as "perhaps, the most savage werewolf alive today" by Mr. Remus Lupin (a fellow werewolf that was first bitten by Greyback).
    "Yu-gi-oh!" Werewolf cards/ Sam L.P. (A1)
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    This brings a sense of the werewolf having no moral, no conscience, no heart of what it is attacking, and capable of doing. The thought of killing children is a heart wrenching detail King adds whether to entertain, or to send a message to his readers, either or, it puts a great deal of suspense and ordeal into the story. “Theprotagonist of the story is Marty Coslaw, an eleven-year-old boy in a wheelchair. The story goes back and forth from the terrifying incidents to Marty's youthful day-to-day life and how the horror affects him.” (Wikipedia). This little boy somehow ends the monthly nightmare of The Full Moon Killer” by shooting it twice with silver bullets. This not so typical hero becomes the town’s savior.
    HOUND: The Curse of the Baskervilles– “mash up” novel (original by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; werewolf content by Lorne Dixon) : Sydney S. (A3)
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    Unknown. "Hound of Baskervilles." Painting.
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    <http://www.thecornerbookcase.com>.
    Hound: The Curse of the Baskervilles takes Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's classic Sherlock Holmes novel The Hound of the Baskervilles, and combines it with legendary horror monster, the werewolf.

    Lon Po Po – China / Tamara H. (A3)
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Monday, December 19

  1. page B. Werewolf legends in Western Europe, Continental and Insular edited ... The legend of werewolves have been present all throughout history and passed down through many…
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    The legend of werewolves have been present all throughout history and passed down through many cultures. In France the werewolf is referred to as Loup-Garou, Loup meaning wolf and Garou meaning man who changes into animal (“Loup Garou.”) This legend can be traced to many different cultures all around the world including places like Canada and Indiana but originated in France. The Loup-Garou is said to be a very vicious wolf which is under the spell for 101 days ("The Loup-Garou Legends of Old Vincennes.") Throughout the period of this time he roams around through forest and fields at night and then returns to his normal human form during the day, this is true with most werewolf legends. However there is a way for the Loup-Garou to become freed from the spell he is under. If a person comes in contact with him and somehow sheds his blood he will be released from the curse ("The Loup-Garou Legends of Old Vincennes.") The Loup-Garou and the person who had the encounter must not speak of the curse to each other or anyone else because any violators would be put under the same transformation spell ("The Loup-Garou Legends of Old Vincennes.") Many people are aware that the moon plays a big role in the transformation between human and werewolf but with the Loup-Garou it is said to be different. The Loup-Garou can change whenever he is willing to along with the changes that occur during the full moon (“Loup Garou”.) This legend about the Loup-Garou is still present in this day and age and you could hear it all around the world for the legend of Loup-Garou is one of the best known werewolf legends.
    France - Shewolf / Brandon R. (A1)
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    imprison him at Berkely Castle.
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    soon took controlcontrol, had her lover executedexecuted, and imprisoned
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    her life incomfortablein comfortable retirement. As
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    When she dieddied, rumors circulated
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    still roam castleCastle Rising howling
    Scotland - Wulver / Brandy F. (A1)
    {http://www.google.com/url?source=imglanding&ct=img&q=http://www.scotclans.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/wulver.jpg&sa=X&ei=SbDcTpn1EaHIsQLx7LHMDQ&ved=0CAwQ8wc&usg=AFQjCNGPRes_VrVuo0T5YyKsHYQuFIfUZw} The Wulver. Digital image. The Kind Scottish Wulver. ScotClans, 23 Oct. 2010. Web. 5 Dec. 2011. <http://www.scotclans.com/bletherskite/?tag=wulver>.The Scotland Wulver is said to live in the Shetland Islands that are found near the northeast coast of Scotland (“The Kind Scottish Wulver”). The Wulver is also known as the “Galley Trot” (“A Kind-Hearted Werewolf”). Depicted in the picture, the Wulver has the body of a man, but the face of a wolf. Although he may have the body of a human, he was never an actual man. He was only a creature evolved from wolves (Buddy). To have evolved from a wolf into a man-like being, the Wulver itself must be an old and wise creature. The wolf-man creature most people think of is the Werewolf. Many games, movies, and books show the Werewolf to be a violent creature who likes to feast upon its victims. Unlike that type of Werewolf, the Wulver is actually very kind. When travelers were lost, the kind Wulver would aid them to find their way through the area (Buddy). In the article “The Kind Scottish Wulver”, it says:
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  2. page B. Werewolf legends in Western Europe, Continental and Insular edited ... The legend of werewolves have been present all throughout history and passed down through many…
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    The legend of werewolves have been present all throughout history and passed down through many cultures. In France the werewolf is referred to as Loup-Garou, Loup meaning wolf and Garou meaning man who changes into animal (“Loup Garou.”) This legend can be traced to many different cultures all around the world including places like Canada and Indiana but originated in France. The Loup-Garou is said to be a very vicious wolf which is under the spell for 101 days ("The Loup-Garou Legends of Old Vincennes.") Throughout the period of this time he roams around through forest and fields at night and then returns to his normal human form during the day, this is true with most werewolf legends. However there is a way for the Loup-Garou to become freed from the spell he is under. If a person comes in contact with him and somehow sheds his blood he will be released from the curse ("The Loup-Garou Legends of Old Vincennes.") The Loup-Garou and the person who had the encounter must not speak of the curse to each other or anyone else because any violators would be put under the same transformation spell ("The Loup-Garou Legends of Old Vincennes.") Many people are aware that the moon plays a big role in the transformation between human and werewolf but with the Loup-Garou it is said to be different. The Loup-Garou can change whenever he is willing to along with the changes that occur during the full moon (“Loup Garou”.) This legend about the Loup-Garou is still present in this day and age and you could hear it all around the world for the legend of Loup-Garou is one of the best known werewolf legends.
    France - Shewolf / Brandon R. (A1)
    {images.jpg} http://www.bleachlilynette.deviantart.comhttp://www.bleachlilynette.deviantart.comQueen Isabella was wife of Edward II known for her temper and beauty became known as the She Wolf of France.She married the king when she was 12 had children, and had enough after 17 years. She found a new lover Roger Mortimor who raised an army and defeated the kings army to imprison him Berkely Castle. Isabella then took throne of England. She hoped Edward II would die of natural causes but eight months still alive she ordered 15 men to insert red hot poker into his bowels. Later on her soon took control had her lover executed and imprisoned her at
    Castle Rising. She lived the last 28 years of her life incomfortable retirement. As years went by she became more and more crazy and roamed late at night bewailing her fate and her lovers death. When she died rumors circulated that her ghost took form of a huge wolf with fur white as snow. To this day on the She Wolf is said to still roam castle Rising howling at the moon.

    Scotland - Wulver / Brandy F. (A1)
    {http://www.google.com/url?source=imglanding&ct=img&q=http://www.scotclans.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/wulver.jpg&sa=X&ei=SbDcTpn1EaHIsQLx7LHMDQ&ved=0CAwQ8wc&usg=AFQjCNGPRes_VrVuo0T5YyKsHYQuFIfUZw} The Wulver. Digital image. The Kind Scottish Wulver. ScotClans, 23 Oct. 2010. Web. 5 Dec. 2011. <http://www.scotclans.com/bletherskite/?tag=wulver>.The Scotland Wulver is said to live in the Shetland Islands that are found near the northeast coast of Scotland (“The Kind Scottish Wulver”). The Wulver is also known as the “Galley Trot” (“A Kind-Hearted Werewolf”). Depicted in the picture, the Wulver has the body of a man, but the face of a wolf. Although he may have the body of a human, he was never an actual man. He was only a creature evolved from wolves (Buddy). To have evolved from a wolf into a man-like being, the Wulver itself must be an old and wise creature. The wolf-man creature most people think of is the Werewolf. Many games, movies, and books show the Werewolf to be a violent creature who likes to feast upon its victims. Unlike that type of Werewolf, the Wulver is actually very kind. When travelers were lost, the kind Wulver would aid them to find their way through the area (Buddy). In the article “The Kind Scottish Wulver”, it says:
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    "Werewolves in Irish Folklore." Web log post. 20 Aug. 2010. Web. 15 Dec. 2011. Retrieved from http://amayodruid.blogspot.com/2010/08/werewolves-in-irish-folklore.html>.
    White Werewolf. Digital image. Fanpop.com. Fanpop, Inc. Web. 29 Nov. 2011. <http://images2.fanpop.com/image/photos/9200000/White-Werewolf-bitefight-werewolves-9209751-498-842.jpg>.
    "Isabella the She Wolf of France".home.zipworld.com.au.Web 18 Dec. 2011.< http://home.zipworld.com.au/~lnbdds/home/shewolf.htm >
    "Norfolk Myth She Wolf of France".Norfolkcoast.co.uk. Web.18 Dec. 2011. < http://norfolkcoast.co.uk/myths/ml_shewolf.htm >

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  3. page I. Unique Contributions to Werewolf Lore (particularly Origins) in Film edited ... "Van Helsing (film)." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 17 Dec. 2011.< http:…
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    "Van Helsing (film)." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 17 Dec. 2011.< http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_Helsing_(film)>.
    Warner Brothers. "Red Riding Hood." 2010. Web. 18 Dec. 2011. <http://www.redridinghood.warnerbros.com>.
    Carvalho, Claudio. Big Bad Wolf. N.p.: IMDb, 2006. IMDb. Web. 19 Dec. 2011. <http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0488962/plotsummary>.
    Big Bad Wolf. N.p.: IMDb, 2006. IMDb. Web. 19 Dec. 2011. <http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0488962/plotsummary>.

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