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Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).  The Tiger in the House. 1922.
  
Bibliography: XI
Folklore and Religion
  
Bérenger-Féraud, Laurent-Jean-Baptiste: Réminiscences populaires de la Provence; Ernest Leroux; Paris, 1885.   1
  Bérenger-Féraud, Laurent-Jean-Baptiste: Superstitions et Survivances, étudiées au point de vue de leur origine et de leurs transformations; Ernest Leroux; Paris; 1896. Two volumes.   2
  Bergen, Fanny D.: Animal and Plant Lore, collected from the oral tradition of English and speaking people, with an introduction by Joseph Y. Bergen; Houghton, Mifflin, and Co.; Boston; 1899.   3
  Buckner, E. D.: The Immortality of Animals, and the relation of man as guardian from a Biblical and philosophical hypothesis; George W. Jacobs and Co.; Philadelphia; 1903.   4
  Budge, E. A. Wallis: The Gods of the Egyptians or Studies in Egyptian Mythology; Methuen and Co.; London; 1904. With ninety-eight coloured plates and one hundred and thirty-one illustrations in the text.   5
  Campbell, John Gregorson: superstitions of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland; James MacLehose and Sons; Glasgow; 1900.   6
  Collin de Plancy, J.: Dictionnaire Infernal; Paul Mellier; Paris; 1844 (third edition).   7
  Conway, Moncure Daniel: Demonology and Devil-lore; Henry Holt and Co.; New York; 1879. Two volumes with numerous illustrations.   8
  Dyer, T. F. Thiselton: The Cat and its Folk-lore; Gentleman’s Magazine; May 1882; N. S. Vol. 28, P. 604.   9
  Dyer, T. F. Thiselton: English Folk-lore; Hardwicke and Bogue; London; 1878.  10
  Ennemoser, Joseph: The History of Magic; translated from the German by William Howitt; Bohn’s Library; London; 1854; Two volumes.  11
  Fitzgerald, David: The Cat in Legend and Myth; Belgravia; London; November 1885; Vol. 58, P. 98.  12
  Fornaro, Carlo de: White Lotus: the legend of the cat’s eye; Marcus and Co.; New York; 1901. Illustrations by the author.  13
  Frazer, J. G.: The Golden Bough, a study in magic and religion; Macmillan and Co.; London. Third edition in twelve volumes, 1911–15.  14
  Gubernatis, Angelo de: Zoological Mythology, or the legends of animals; Trübner and Co.; London; 1872. Two volumes. Vol. 2, Chapter VII, P. 41, for the cat.  15
  Hamel, Frank: Human Animals; Frederick A. Stokes Co.; New York; 1915.  16
  Hargrove, Ethel C.: The Psychic Significance of the Cat; Occult Review; London; 1917; Vol. 25, P. 337.  17
  Harwood, W. S.: The mummification of cats in ancient Egypt; Scientific American; June 9, 1900; Vol. 82, P. 361.  18
  Hazlitt, William Carew: Faiths and Folklore: a dictionary; a new and alphabetically arranged edition of Brand’s Antiquities; Reeves and Turner; London; 1905.  19
  Hearn, Lafcadio: Japanese Fairy Tales; The Boy Who Drew Cats, P. 29; Boni and Liveright; New York; 1918. Originally published in Japan with charming illustrations.  20
  Hone, William: The Every-Day Book; Thomas Tegg; London; 1826–1830. Three volumes.  21
  James, Hartwell: The Cat and the Mouse: a book of Persian fairy tales; edited with an introduction by Hartwell James; Henry Altemus Co.; Philadelphia; 1906. With forty illustrations by John R. Neill.  22
  Kipling, John Lockwood: Beast and Man in India, a popular sketch of Indian animals in their relations with the people; Macmillan and Co.; London; 1891. Cats, P. 282. Illustrated with drawings.  23
  Lean’s Collectanea: Collections by Vincent Stuckey Lean of proverbs, English and foreign, folklore, and superstitions, also compilations towards dictionaries of proverbial phrases and words, old and disused; J. W. Arrowsmith; Bristol; 1902. Five volumes.  24
  Meller, Walter Clifford: A Brief for Animal Immortality; G. Bell and Sons; London; 1911.  25
  O’Donnell, Elliott: Animal Ghosts; William Rider and Sons; London; 1913. Cats, P. 3–56.  26
  Phipson, Emma: Animal Lore in Shakespeare’s Time; Kegan Paul, Trench and Co.; London; 1883.  27
  Ralston, W. R. S.: Krilof and his fables; Strahan and Co.; London; 1869. The following are cat stories: The Pike and the Cat, P. 27; The Cook and the Cat, P. 45; The Cat and the Nightingale, P. 167; and The Wolf and the Cat, P. 171. Illustrated with drawings.  28
  The Rat’s Plaint: translated from the Chinese by Archibald Little; T. Hasegawa; Tokyo; 1891. Illustrated with many drawings in colour.  29
  Rozan, Charles: Le chat dans les proverbs; Monde Moderne; Paris; 1901; Vol. 13, P. 650. Illustrated with drawings.  30
  Visser, Dr. M. W. de: The Dog and the Cat in Japanese Superstition; Transactions of the Asiatic Society of Japan; 1909; Vol. 37, P. 1.  31
  Wood, Rev. J. G.: Man and Beast: Here and Hereafter; George Routledge and Sons; London; 1875 (?).  32



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