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Ideal wife and sexual vampire. Prankster and saint. Tree and train. The Japanese fox left her paw-print on Japanese culture. She challenges traditional, negative views of women. She brings harmony and division. She possesses and protects. She is the shape of Japan's soul. Discover why the fox is Japan's most storied animal. Ideal wife and sexual vampire. Prankster and saint. Tree and train. The Japanese fox left her paw-print on Japanese culture. She challenges traditional, negative views of women. She brings harmony and division. She possesses and protects. She is the shape of Japan's soul. Discover why the fox is Japan's most storied animal.


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Ideal wife and sexual vampire. Prankster and saint. Tree and train. The Japanese fox left her paw-print on Japanese culture. She challenges traditional, negative views of women. She brings harmony and division. She possesses and protects. She is the shape of Japan's soul. Discover why the fox is Japan's most storied animal. Ideal wife and sexual vampire. Prankster and saint. Tree and train. The Japanese fox left her paw-print on Japanese culture. She challenges traditional, negative views of women. She brings harmony and division. She possesses and protects. She is the shape of Japan's soul. Discover why the fox is Japan's most storied animal.

30 review for Come and Sleep: The Folklore of the Japanese Fox

  1. 4 out of 5

    Beagle44

    I always enjoy folklore, especially since these stories are still being told today. I read this in spurts like something you would carry along and read when you had a moment to sit on a park bench or DR office. I recommend this book for anyone interested in Japanese folklore and found it interesting that just the other day, while viewing a documentary on Japanese Temples and the temple devoted to the Fox, they made the Fox seem a little too nice. However, bad press keeps is not always better tha I always enjoy folklore, especially since these stories are still being told today. I read this in spurts like something you would carry along and read when you had a moment to sit on a park bench or DR office. I recommend this book for anyone interested in Japanese folklore and found it interesting that just the other day, while viewing a documentary on Japanese Temples and the temple devoted to the Fox, they made the Fox seem a little too nice. However, bad press keeps is not always better than no press.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Roberts

    A good overview of Kitsune The author obviously enjoys his subject. His writing is fluid and enjoyable; his knowledge appears broad, and he includes some classic fox stories just for fun. Useful for folklore and mystery. Enjoy!!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nightshade Purplebroom

    Overall an enjoyable, and interesting read with a good amount of research. It could do with some editing to make it a more fluid read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Clara

    I didn't know much about this topic before reading this book, and it gave me a decent overview that is grounded in Japanese culture and history. I didn't know much about this topic before reading this book, and it gave me a decent overview that is grounded in Japanese culture and history.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gina_Vulpes

    It felt more like I was proofreading somebody's first draft of master thesis. This book needs to be edited better. It felt more like I was proofreading somebody's first draft of master thesis. This book needs to be edited better.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    This was very handy, summing up lots of kitsune lore in one place. It could have been more polished, but it saved me an awful lot of time for 99 cents!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brandy Ackerley

    Very informative, if not always the easiest thing to read.

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    Book lover

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    William C. Young

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  27. 4 out of 5

    Heather Lodge

  28. 5 out of 5

    Federico

  29. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra **The Bibliophagist**

  30. 5 out of 5

    five90rocks

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