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An egg, who appears in Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass.
Green, radioactive, fire-breathing
Japanese monster.
Huge, hairy, manlike creature
living in the Himalayas
Name of the devil who tempts
Faust into selling his soul in
Goethe's and Marlowe's dramas.
Horse who tells the story of his life in
Anna Sewell's book of the same name.
Automation-like being allegedly raised from the dead by a priest using Voodoo magic.
Manifestation of all-controlling government
in George Orwell's 1984.
Bull who likes to smell the flowers and
refuses to fight in a Munro Leaf story.
Fairy tale heroine who goes to grandmother's house, is deceived by the wolf pretending to be her grandmother.
Originally from Norse mythology, beings with magical skills, ambivalent towards humans, later viewed as evil; sometimes conflated with fairies, and skilled archers.
Amazing flying car in Ian Fleming's
novel of the same name.
Has the legs of a buck, the tail of a lion, the head and body of a horse (or just a horse), and a single horn on its forehead; can only be captured by a virgin.
Kangaroo friend of Winnie-the-Pooh, and mother of Roo, living in the Hundred-Acre Wood.
Legendary character who seduces women and is carried off to hell in various poems and plays, including a poem by Lord Byron.
Fairy tale character who is to be released from a spell by a beautiful lady who kisses him or is kind to him.
Mongoose who kills a poisonous snake and saves lives in a Rudyard Kipling story.
Pig who is a loyal friend of Charlotte the spider in E.B. White's Charlotte's Web.
Fairy tale boy who climbs a magic beanstalk in his garden to steal from the giant's castle.
Dangerous breed of goblins in Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Two-inch-high mouse who is the second son in an E.B. White novel of the same name.
Class of beings that suck the blood of people at night.
In Norse & Scandinavian mythology, they dwelt near isolated rocks, mountains, or caves; often depicted as ugly and slow-witted; the internet is full of them.
From the German for 'noisy ghost' this troublesome spirit generally haunts a person, rather than a location.
Any of a race of brutish creatures subject to the Houyhnhnms in Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels.
2-headed llama who agrees to leave Africa to become Dr. Dolittle's friend in a series of books by Hugh Lofting.

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