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Clearly the dragon is here conceived as a large snake of some kind, and much of
what is said about its habits applies to the ... The dragon carried into the sky and
making the air ardent refers to the firedrake or meteor, such as the one seen ...
Scott-Stokes, Henry Folliot : Perseus; or, Of Dragons. London ... Smith, Grafton
Elliot : 'Dragons and Rain-Gods', Bulletin of the John Rylands Library (
Manchester), vol. ... Williams, Gwynn : 'The Dragon of Cyrenaica', The Listener (
Leyden, 1892- 191o. Hayes, L. Newton : The Chinese Dragon. Shanghai, 1922.
Hopkins, L. C. : "The Dragon Terrestrial and the Dragon Celestial', Journal of the
Royal Asiatic Society (London), Oct. pp. 791-8o6, 1 931; Jan., pp. 91-97, 1932.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Michael.Rimmer - LibraryThing
I like a bestiary, and this is a nice one. It covers the more familiar mythical beasts, such as the unicorn, manticore, basilisk and co., but also the somewhat less well known, such as the barometz ... Read full review