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1. The Fox in Nature
2. Vulpine Myths, Folk Tales and Allegory
3. The Linguistic Fox
5. The Commercial Fox
6. Twentieth-century Fox: The Cinema
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Associations and Websites
Posted September 25, 2011
The book describes mostly what I was looking to find out about foxes. Although I dislike the fox-hunting section of this book, the other sections explain in very good detail the common misconceptions and myths surrounding foxes in general. This includes their trickster aspect and their ambiguity, especially since foxes act more like cats and are more cat like than they are canid/dog like.
Overall, I'd recommend this book to anyone that is looking to learn more about the fox as a whole and who wants to know some of the underlining meaning behind foxes in myths, legends, and the way it has impacted human contact with foxes.
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Posted May 30, 2014
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