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As she tugged at the door, he sprang across grasping his flask, but Sweyn dashed between, and caught him back irresistibly, so that a most frantic effort only availed to wrench one arm free. With that, on the impulse of sheer despair, he cast at her with all his force. The door swung behind her, and the flask flew into fragments against it. Then, as Sweyn's grasp slackened, and he met the questioning astonishment of surrounding faces, with a hoarse inarticulate cry: "God help us all!" he said. "She is a Werewolf."
Clemence Annie Housman (1861 - 1955) was an author, illustrator and activist in the women's suffrage movement. She was the sister of A. E. Housman and Laurence Housman. 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. Clemence published three novels and she illustrated some of the fantasies written by her brother Laurence. Her first novel, The Were-wolf (1896), was an allegorical erotic fantasy featuring a female werewolf. H. P. 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." Basil Copper described The Were-wolf as "a minor classic in the genre." The Life of Sir Aglovale de Galis is an Arthurian fantasy.