Literary

Black Dog Folklore by Mark Norman

The study of folklore is very often the examination of symbolism and symbolic interpretation changes over time.

Many people’s knowledge of the subject stretches no further than The Hound of the Baskervilles and where they are more familiar, people often think that the Black Dog is evil or portentous in the manner of the Shuck. Black Dog Folklore

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You can download a 90 minute audio intro here.

The book is published in three formats: paperback, hardback and limited edition hardback (300 in red cloth with black foil embossing, hand numbered). 248 pages. Full details on the website. Sounds pretty exciting for collectors!

Black Dog Folklore is the first full-length study of the phenomenon by a single author, containing a gazetteer of over 750 key UK eyewitness accounts and traditions drawn from the author’s archive.

Illustration from the book by artist Paul Atlas-Saunders
Illustration from the book by artist Paul Atlas-Saunders

Mark Norman is a folklore author and researcher based in Devon, in the South-West of the UK. He is a committee member of the Folklore Society and has researched and collected information on Black Dog apparitions for many years.

Illustration from the book by artist Paul Atlas-Saunders
Illustration from the book by artist Paul Atlas-Saunders

Grab this comprehensive study of the image of the Black Dog in folklore, with an extensive gazetteer of UK sightings and traditions from Troy Books.

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