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Lady into Fox
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Sylvia Tebrick, the 24-year-old wife of Richard Tebrick, suddenly turns into a fox while they are out walking in the woods. Mr. Tebrick sends away all the servants in an attempt to keep Sylvia's new nature a secret, although Sylvia's childhood nurse returns. While Sylvia initially acts human, insis ...more
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=Lady into Fox=
Categories: <category>Animal, Book</category>

==Description==
Sylvia Tebrick, the 24-year-old wife of Richard Tebrick, suddenly turns into a fox while they are out walking in the woods. Mr. Tebrick sends away all the servants in an attempt to keep Sylvia's new nature a secret, although Sylvia's childhood nurse returns. While Sylvia initially acts human, insisting on wearing clothing and playing piquet, her behaviour increasingly becomes that characteristic of a vixen, causing the husband a great deal of anguish.

Author: David Garnett - 1922

==Links==
<a href=https://www.gutenberg.org/files/10337/10337-h/10337-h.htm>Full story with original woodblock prints (public domain)</a>
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Lady into Fox

Categories:Animal, Book

Description

Sylvia Tebrick, the 24-year-old wife of Richard Tebrick, suddenly turns into a fox while they are out walking in the woods. Mr. Tebrick sends away all the servants in an attempt to keep Sylvias new nature a secret, although Sylvias childhood nurse returns. While Sylvia initially acts human, insisting on wearing clothing and playing piquet, her behaviour increasingly becomes that characteristic of a vixen, causing the husband a great deal of anguish.

Author: David Garnett - 1922

Links

Full story with original woodblock prints (public domain)