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    Lust Punished by foxes There are many odd things that happen in this story. It is also very different from other things that we have read in the past. The other fox spirits were handled and treated very differently than the one here. This story is about a man that collects aphrodisiacs as a hobby (Songling, 356-58). There are three characters in this story, four if you count the fox spirit (Songling, 356-58). The characters in this story are the wife, the husband, and the husbands friend (Songling, 356-58). The husband leaves one day while his friend stays at the house (Songling, 356-58). The man had known for a while that his house was haunted with fox spirits (Songling, 356-58). One day a fox spirit takes one of his collectables and put’s it in his wife’s food (Songling, 356-58). The wife finds she can’t fight the need to sleep with her husbands friend (Songling, 356-58). So she goes to his room and he turns her down (Songling, 356-58). After she realized what she did she hanged herself, but maid got her down and she didn’t die (Songling, 356-58). When her husband got home she was very depressed and she didn’t say anything for a while (Songling, 356-58). Eventually she told him everything and he wasn’t mad because nothing actually happened (Songling, 356-58). He said it was okay because he could still show his face in public (Songling, 356-58). The husband realized that he had been punished for his lust by the fox spirits in his house (Songling, 356-58). In this…

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    Naruto Monologue

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    As they caught up; though, you were getting desperate…” She said with a smirk, pausing to add dramatic effect. “…desperate enough to make a deal with a demon, that of course being me.” Naruto who has been listening this entire time, was getting impatient as well as fed up with how the fox was making all sorts of snide comments to sneakily assault the level of his intelligence, though he had to admit that had she been talking to him like that before he wouldn’t have caught it interrupted much to…

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    Continuation Beyond Death Ever since he is borned, Hyunwoo has been a strange child. From his odd birthmark to the way he acts. The birthmark on his arm resembles a cresent moon and has a silver sheen to it. His parents used to think it is really unique but now even as he grow older, it never fades. They start to become worried. For as long as he remember, Hyunwoo has the ability to understand cats and communicate with them. When he was yonger, the adults laughed at him but didn’t…

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    Research Paper On Kitsune

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    Kitsune is a type of monster to nobody wants to encounter in life. Kitsune are from Japanese folklore and are a type of Japanese fox. The Kitsune ancient story portrays as evil spirit that grows stronger as it ages, but its enemies try to stop this powerful creature by defeating the odds of beating an immortal? A girl that reigns from japan was no ordinary female because of its’s ability to transform into a Kitsune (fox in Japanese). Most Japanese drama, roleplay game, trading cards, tv shows,…

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    Kato Ryuichi, the current Minister of Japan and Shogun of Japan was sitting in his office enjoying a nice cup of green tea as he stared at the man in front of him, or should he say, the magical creature in front of him. He knew that the kitsune in front of him wasn't just any ordinary kitsune; no, this one was extremely powerful. He could feel the unsaturated magic come off him in waves, power hiding just underneath his skin waiting to come out. When the kitsune first requested a meeting with…

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    Red Fox Research Paper

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    all over the Northern Hemisphere. From the Arctic Circle and all of Asia, to Central America and even the northern Africa. Kitsune in Japan are connected to the god Inari Ōkami, the god of rice, rice harvest, and prosperity for farmers. Inari’s messenger and friend is the fox, or foxes depending on the image. Thus there are fox statues at Shinto shrines dedicated to the god Inari. Besides fox statues the shrines are also known for the red Torri gates (traditional Japanese gates most commonly…

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    As Kitsune is reeling the agent’s cocoon, she states, “The last thing I see before shutting his eyes is the reflection of my shining new face” (Russell 52). At this point, Kitsune finally gets to see what she has become. She comes to the realization that she has changed so much since she left with the agent. She is a completely new being, no longer the young innocent girl, but a strong beast. In the beginning, we learn that Kitsune is unlike the other girls because she independently makes…

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    Demon Research Paper

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    Michealangelo made the painted version of the engraving "Saint Anthony Tormented by Demons" by the fifteenth-century Martin Schongauer. Egyptian-hermit Saint envisioned that he was being levitated and tormented by a group of Demons. The Saint said that he withstood what each Demon tempted him with. The quote Michelangelo said about the painting was "The soul tries out a thousand cures, in vain." The fox is an animal of trickery and one of the most cunning animals. This animal in Japanese…

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    licking me. I thought to myself Kitsune would be the perfect name for him. In Japanese mythology Kitsune is a shapeshifting fox that after 100 years appears as a human. He started whining, acting like something was wrong. He started trying to drag me, quickly, toward what looked like a forest probabaly 16 kilometers away. That was enough of a sign for me. I started jogging, almost sprinting toward the forest. I could almost feel something behind me. When I looked behind me though, there was…

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    The demogorgon, an abominable amphibious, arose right in front of us, looming eighteen feet tall with heavy obscurity. The beating of our hearts became faster and clearer when we held each other out of fear. Our job was to protect the eggs, because we were the only hope for the people of Edolas, suffering from waves of pneumonoulicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis that came over their home. Our relations dwelled in the city and we had to defend them. Surprisingly, the monster was not aiming for the…

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