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I had found many different sources going through google scholar, Jstor, Artstor and multiple websites. As well as just areas I typed in using keywords. I found it a lot more difficult with primary sources for the topic, since it wouldn’t give me enough information. I still found them interesting. For my topic primary sources were harder to find due to the fact that I got confused about what the sources were considered primary. Although I had done a topic about Mythical creatures previously, I was definitely limited to two different religions. I am now able to expand beyond those two and learn more about especially different hybrids.I can expand it in different cultures.I also used some images as primary examples as well, Since they were harder to find in text. If there was one thing I would change it would be I wish I had done this part earlier.

Caplan, “Creatures of Fiction, Myth, and Imagination.”

Dendle, “Cryptozoology in the Medieval and Modern Worlds.”

Stewart et al., Encyclopaedia Britannica.

Mittman and Hensel, Demonstrare.

Artstor, “What Are You, White Vision?”

Sari, “The Figures and Meanings of Tengu.”

Plutarch and Goodwin, Plutarch’s Morals. Tr. from the Greek by Several Hands. Cor. and Rev. by William W. Goodwin … With an Introduction by Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Nethercott, “From Fifty Beasts to Break Your Heart.”

Sari, “The Figures and Meanings of Tengu.”

Lamb, “Mythical Monsters.”“F156927F-7854-41FF-9013-943E65EBFE03.Jpg (413×600).” Accessed February 20, 2023.

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