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- Vulpes, the Red Fox Vol. 1 by John George and Jean Craighead George (1948, Hardcover)
Species information Category Mammals. Statistics Length: cm Tail: 40cm Weight: kg Average lifespan: years. Conservation status Common.
Vulpes the Red Fox (American Woodland Tales) by Jean Craighead George
When to see January to December. About A common and familiar mammal, the Red Fox is our only wild member of the dog family.
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It is omnivorous, feeding on small mammals, birds, frogs, earthworms and carrion, as well as berries and fruit. It is just as likely to be seen in towns and cities, as it is in the countryside; and it is now well-known for scavenging food scraps from bins, as well as catching Feral Pigeons and Brown Rats. Males 'dogs' bark, but females 'vixens' make a spine-chilling scream, heard mostly in the winter when their courtship takes place.
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John L. Vulpes is the smartest pup of the litter and he grows into a fast, quick-witted fox whose abilities become legend among the forest's hunters. He leads them on hopeless chases, slipping away at the last moment--then he comes face to face with the hunter who is his greatest enemy.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published March 1st by Puffin Books first published More Details Original Title. American Woodland Tales. Other Editions 9. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Vulpes, the Red Fox , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews.
Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. View all 37 comments. Jan 18, Dov Zeller rated it really liked it Shelves: american-history , ecosystems , fictionth-cen , kids , middle-grade-ya , myth-fable-folk-fairy , novel , sciency-naturish , series , some-cartoons-art-illustrations. So this is the story, as you likely know, of a red fox named Vulpes, who is born in the developing Maryland woodlands along the Potomac River, and grows to be a legend for his beauty, intelligence and strength. His real life and his fabled life interweave, and though there is some straining of this relationship between the fabular and the more realistic narrative lines, each meet where they develop into a cautionary tale and an important ode to a particular place and time.
Not a moment in time, So this is the story, as you likely know, of a red fox named Vulpes, who is born in the developing Maryland woodlands along the Potomac River, and grows to be a legend for his beauty, intelligence and strength. Not a moment in time, but an era before urban and suburban development all but destroyed the kind of wooded land where many fables are born. This is one of those books that doesn't fall neatly into my idea of "great fiction.
This is a little tacky. But the story remains fresh and compellingly tied to a living, breathing landscape.
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It does what it is doing well and with a quiet skillfulness. It was April.
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The snow had gone. The woods were cold and wet. A chill rain splashed through the barren woodlands and filled the earth til it could hold no more. I won't quote the last sentence, but be prepared for some feelings.
There is something about the construction of the book I won't refer to it as simplicity, because I no longer believe this kind of chronological storytelling is simple. It can be made to look that way. Here is a bit about the author from wikipedia: "Jean Carolyn Craighead was born in , in Washington DC, and raised in a family of naturalists. On weekends they camped in the woods near Washington, climbed trees to study owls, gathered edible plants, and made fish hooks from twigs.
Her first pet was a turkey vulture. George centered her life around writing and nature. It really offering readers a sense of kinship with the wildlife and while the fox is clearly our hero, we are meant to feel respect for both the wilderness and the farmers and trappers. I think George does a beautiful job of describing the delicate balance at play between humans and the ecosystems they come in contact with. Killing and dying isn't the bad thing in this book.
It is a natural part of life. But it's also not something to be taken likely. It's emotionally costly and ultimately can shatter the magic of the places we love.
Everyone thinks they want this handsome fox dead for the sport of it, for his handsome coat, but if they catch him, they have a trophy and lose the vibrant beauty and also the magical myth of him. There's something Buddhist in the attitude toward death and toward desire. And I can't read a story like this without thinking of Faulkner's The Bear. View 2 comments. Feb 27, Todd rated it really liked it Shelves: 8s-9s , 10ss , animals , survival , 8s-9s-contemporary-realistic. Could only have been written decades ago the way it unapologetically honors the hunter and hunted in the same breath.
Vulpes, the Red Fox Vol. 1 by John George and Jean Craighead George (1948, Hardcover)
So good for that reason. Aug 08, Marc rated it really liked it Shelves: animals , fox. Liked it a lot. Okay four stars might be a bit over the top, but for me it's worth more than three stars, so there. The book is all about Vulpes, the Red Fox, as you follow him on his adventures from the moment he's born as a cub. Small warning: there are some really sad moments, so it might not be suitable for really young readers. Spoken dialogue is strictly by humans; the animals do not talk but of course they do interact through smell, sounds etc.
Gives quite a realistic feeling to it. Feb 14, Sam rated it really liked it Shelves: favorites.
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