Blood and Chocolate Setting & Symbolism

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Loup Garoux

Loup Garoux is a French term for creatures that can change form between human and beast. Their beast form is close to that of a wolf, but not exactly the same, which is why Vivian uses this name rather than calling herself a werewolf. The mythology and ideas used in this story are the same as those that relate to werewolves, and for ease this study guide will refer to the creatures as werewolves and to their beast form as wolves. Vivian and her pack are all werewolves, changing form at night in order to run and hunt as wolves. They are compelled to make the change on the night of the full moon, but otherwise are free to choose which form they take.

In this story they are proud of what they are and consider their wolf forms to be majestic and beautiful. They do...

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