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Patrick Wolf: Lycanthropy

Nick Southall, Stylus, 2 March 2004

Ly·can·thro·py n.

1. In folklore, the magical ability to assume the form and characteristics of a wolf.

2. A kind of erratic melancholy, in which one believes one has become or assumed the characteristics of a wolf or other animal.

Total word count of piece: 569

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