Housman's first novel, The Were-wolf (1896), was an allegorical erotic fantasy. HP Lovecraft said of the Were-Wolf that it: “attains a high degree of gruesome tension and achieves to some extent the atmosphere of authentic folklore”.
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Clemence Annie Housman (23 November 1861– 6 December 1955) was an author, illustrator and activist in the womens’ suffrage movement. She was the sister of A. E. Housman and Laurence Housman. She was born in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. Her novels included The Were-Wolf, Unknown Sea and The Life Of Sir Aglovale De Galis. She was also a leading figure in the Suffragette movement.
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