Lafcadio (disambiguation)

Lafcadio (disambiguation)

*Lafcadio Hearn was an author best known for his books about Japan.
*"" is a children's book written and illustrated by Shel Silverstein.
*"Lafcadio" is a rock album by the band As Tall As Lions.
* "Lafcadio" is a character in the novel "Les caves du Vatican" by André Gide

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