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Memoirs of Casanova —Volume 20: Milan This book of the great Venetian traveler’s memoirs finds him in Milan and Lodi, raising his usual trouble, and, as ever, chasing after women increasingly his junior.
Edgar Allan Poe, H. P. Lovecraft, Algernon Blackwood, Ambrose Bierce, Arthur Machen, Franz Kafka, M. R. James & Robert Louis Stevenson Horror Stories is a collection of over twenty chilling tales from the masters of horror storytelling including Edgar Allan Poe, H. P. Lovecraft, Algernon Blackwood, Ambrose Bierce, Arthur Machen, M. R. James, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Franz Kafka.
Charles Dickens, Edgar Allan Poe, M. R. James, Washington Irving, Algernon Blackwood, Henry James, Ambrose Bierce & Arthur Machen Ghost Stories is a collection of chilling tales from the masters of ghost storytelling including Charles Dickens, Washington Irving, M. R. James, Edgar Allan Poe, Algernon Blackwood, Arthur Machen, Ambrose Bierce, and Rudyard Kipling, Henry James and Guy de Maupassant.
Arthur Machen The Great God Pan is a novella written by Arthur Machen. On publication it was widely denounced by the press as degenerate and horrific because of its decadent style and sexual content, although it has since garnered a reputation as a classic of horror. Machen's story was only one of many at the time to focus on Pan as a useful symbol for the power of nature and paganism.
Algernon Blackwood, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Robert W. Chambers, Leonid Andreyev, W. F. Harvey, Anatole France, Fitz-James O'Brien, Ambrose Bierce, Olivia Howard Dunbar, Wilbur Daniel Steele, Myla Jo Closser, Edgar Allan Poe, Richard Le Gallienn, Arthur Machen & Guy de Maupassant CONTENTS
Introduction: The Imperishable Ghost
By Algernon Blackwood
The Shadows on the Wall
By Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
By Robert W. Chambers
By Leonid Andreyev
The Beast with Five Fingers
By W. F. Harvey
The Mass of Shadows
By Anatole France
What Was It?
By Fitz-James O'Brien
The Middle Toe of the Right Foot
By Ambrose Bierce
The Shell of Sense
By Olivia Howard Dunbar
The Woman at Seven Brothers
By Wilbur Daniel Steele
At the Gate
By Myla Jo Closser
By Edgar Allan Poe
The Haunted Orchard
By Richard Le Gallienne
By Arthur Machen
By Guy de Maupassant
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen This is the English translation of the Memoirs of the original “womanizer,” whose real name was Giacamo Casanova. His writing is regarded as one of the most authentic sources of 18th century European social life.
Arthur Machen A 'House of Souls' is the collection of Machen short stories. The first story here is a pretty effective summation of the worldview that emerged from those newspaper articles- a reverence for sacrament above the occult or prosaic, for sensuality above asceticism, and a highly Blakeian belief in the notion that enlightenment resides right under our very noses all the time.
Arthur Machen The novel recounts the life of a young man, Lucian Taylor, focusing on his dreamy childhood in rural Wales, in a town based on Caerleon. The Hill of Dreams of the title is an old Roman fort where Lucian has strange sensual visions, including ones of the town in the time of Roman Britain. Later it describes Lucian's attempts to make a living as an author in London, enduring poverty and suffering in the pursuit of art.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen In the sixth volume of this English translation of eighteenth-century Italian writer Giacomo Casanova's memoirs, Casanova recalls his various adventures in France and Italy.
Arthur Machen A gothic masterpiece set in Victorian England: “One of the best horror stories ever written. Perhaps the best in the English language” (Stephen King).
When Mr. Clarke agrees to visit his friend Dr. Raymond, he is dubious about the proceedings he is to witness. In pursuit of what Raymond calls “transcendental science,” the doctor intends to make a small incision in a woman’s brain, allowing her to see past the world of the senses to a reality beyond imagining—a realm where, Raymond says, one can see the great god Pan. Though the experiment is an apparent failure, it will not be Clarke’s last brush with the sinister beyond.
Years later, Clarke hears of a woman named Helen Vaughan, who is said to be at the root of many mysterious and tragic events. From London to the Americas and back, a string of suicides and disappearances lay in the wake of this evil seductress, whom Clarke believes is not entirely of this world.
Upon publication in 1890, Arthur Machen’s The Great God Pan was deemed controversial for its depictions of paganism and sexual depravity. It has since been recognized as a masterwork of gothic horror.
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Arthur Machen This book is the three friends moved away from the door, and began to walk slowly up and down what had been a gravel path, but now lay green and pulpy with damp mosses. It was a fine autumn evening, and a faint sunlight shone on the yellow walls of the old deserted house, and showed the patches of gangrenous decay, and all the stains, the black drift of rain from the broken pipes, the scabrous blots where the bare bricks were exposed, the green weeping of a gaunt laburnum that stood beside the porch, and ragged marks near the ground where the reeking clay was gaining on the worn foundations. It was a queer rambling old place, the centre perhaps two hundred years old, with dormer windows sloping from the tiled roof, and on each side there were Georgian wings; bow windows had been carried up to the first floor, and two dome like cupolas that had once been painted a bright green were now gray and neutral.
Arthur Machen & Giacomo Casanova This is the third of twelve volumes of an English translation of the memoirs of eighteenth-century Italian writer Giacomo Casanova, writing as Jacques Casanova de Seingalt, published in 1894. This book begins as Casanova renounces the clerical profession and enters the military.
Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, Charles Brockden Brown, Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, W. W. Jacobs, M. R. James, Gaston Leroux, M. G. Lewis, H. P. Lovecraft, Marie Belloc Lowndes, Arthur Machen, Walter de La Mare, Richard Marsh, Oliver Onions, Eliza Parsons, Edgar Allan Poe, John William Polidori, Thomas Preskett Prest, Ann Ward Radcliffe, Mary Shelley, Robert Louis Stevenson, Bram Stoker, S. M. Tenneshaw, George Sylvester Viereck & Horace Walpole Table of Contents:
List of Works by Author
List of Works in Alphabetical Order
Ambrose Bierce: The Damned Thing | The Parenticide Club | Present at a Hanging and Other Ghost Stories
Algernon Blackwood: The Damned | The Garden of Survival
Charles Brockden Brown: Arthur Mervyn or, Memoirs of the Year 1793 | Edgar Huntly or, Memoirs of a Sleep-Walker | Wieland or, The Transformation, an American Tale
Arthur Conan Doyle: The Parasite | Tales of Terror and Mystery
Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell: Curious, if True Strange Tales
W. W. Jacobs: The Monkey's Paw (Illustrated)
M. R. James: Ghost Stories of an Antiquary
Gaston Leroux: The Phantom of the Opera
M. G. Lewis: The Monk
H. P. Lovecraft: At the Mountains of Madness | The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories
Marie Belloc Lowndes: Studies in love and in terror
Arthur Machen: The House of Souls, Including: A Fragment of Life | The Great God Pan | The Inmost Light | The White People
Walter De la Mare: The Return
Richard Marsh: The Beetle
Oliver Onions: The Beckoning Fair One
Eliza Parsons: The Castle of Wolfenbach
Edgar Allan Poe: The Assignation | Berenice | The Black Cat | The Cask of Amontillado | A Descent Into The Maelstrom | The Domain of Arnheim | The Facts In The Case of M. Valdemar | The Fall of the House of Usher | Hop Frog | The Imp of The Perverse | The Island of The Fay | King Pest | Ligeia | Man of The Crowd | The Masque of The Red Death | Mellonta Tauta | Mesmeric Revelation | Metzengerstein | Morella | Oblong Box | The Oval Portrait | Pit And The Pendulum | The Power of Words | The Premature Burial | Shadow - A Parable | The Tell Tale Heart | William Wilson
John William Polidori: The Vampyre
Thomas Preskett Prest: Varney the Vampire (Illustrated)
Ann Ward Radcliffe: The Mysteries of Udolpho
Mary Shelley: Frankenstein or, The Modern Prometheus
Robert Louis Stevenson: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Bram Stoker: Dracula | Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories | The Jewel of Seven Stars | The Lady of the Shroud | Lair of the White Worm | The Man
S. M. Tenneshaw: The Monster
George Sylvester Viereck: The House of the Vampire
Arthur Machen The Angels of Mons is a popular legend about a group of angels who supposedly protected members of the British army in the Battle of Mons at the outset of World War I. The story is fictitious, developed through a combination of a patriotic short story by Arthur Machen, rumours, mass hysteria and urban legend, claimed visions after the battle and also possibly deliberately seeded propaganda.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen Eighteenth-century Italian adventurer Giacomo Casanova, writing as Jacques Casanova de Seingalt, recounts the stories of his eventful life. This book, the second of twelve volumes of an 1894 English translation of his memoirs, begins early in his life as he reaches Chiozza in Tuscany.
Arthur Machen "Explosion at Munition Works in the Northern District: Many Fatalities". The working man told me about it, and added some dreadful details. Corpses so terribly maimed that coffins had been kept covered; faces mutilated as if by some gnawing animal.
Arthur Machen & Giacomo Casanova In this book, the fourth of twelve volumes of an 1894 English translation of the memoirs of eighteenth-century writer Giacomo Casanova, the Italian adventurer gives up military life and returns to Venice.
Arthur Machen & Giacomo Casanova This book is the seventh of twelve volumes of an English translation of the memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt, pen name of eighteenth-century Italian writer Giacomo Casanova. This volume, published in 1894, begins as Casanova arrives in Vienna, Austria.
Arthur Machen & Giacomo Casanova After a stay in Germany, the notorious Venetian lover travels east to Poland, Lithuania, and Russia, where he meets Catherine the Great before heading back west to Dresden.
Arthur Machen & Giacomo Casanova In this extraordinary volume of his detailed, lifelong memoirs, the great Venetian adventurer hits it off with the pope, and nearly marries a girl who turns out to be his daughter.
Arthur Machen & Giacomo Casanova Volume nine of Casanova’s memoirs finds him getting in trouble with his gambling, becoming involved in the sale of a casino, and attempting to seduce a nun who turns out to not be what she seems.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen This chapter of the legendary ladies’ man’s memoirs finds him in cities including Munich and Paris, where he witnesses an attempt on the life of his old enemy, Louis XV.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen This installment of the autobiography of the infamous Venetian traveller finds him roaming the cities of Italy, attending society parties, wooing younger women, and barely avoiding trouble.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen In this portion of his detailed memoirs, the great Venetian traveler’s interlocutors include the Prince of Monaco, a reprobate abbot, and, as ever, many attractive young women.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen The Venetian adventurer spends some time in Paris, where he sees the punishment of a would-be regicide, and then visits the Hague, where his interlocutors include a Jewish banker named Boaz.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen In this installment of his memoirs, the notorious Venetian adventurer travels through Switzerland, where he strikes up a friendship with an abbot, and decides to try and meet Voltaire.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen Expelled from Vienna, the infamous Venetian womanizer makes his way west to Paris, from which he is in turn expelled on less than a day’s notice, forcing a quick retreat to Spain.
William P. McCue, Richard Le Gallienne, Guy de Maupassant, Robert W. Chambers, Myla Jo Closser, W.F. Harvey, Ambrose Bierce, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Abraham Yarmolinsky, Fitz-James O’Brien, Arthur Machen, Anatole France, Wilbur Daniel Steele, Edgar Allan Poe, Algernon Blackwood, H. P. Lovecraft & David H Dennis The more man knows of natural laws, the keener he is about the supernatural. He may claim to have laid aside superstition, but he isn’t to be believed in that. Though he has discarded witchcraft and alchemy, it is only that he may have more time for psychical research; true, he no longer dabbles with ancient magic, ( or does he ) but that is because the modern types, as the ouija board, hollywood horror, and haunted houses, entertain him more. He dearly loves to traffic with that other world of which he knows so little and concerning which he is so curious.
Perhaps just merely living life, or possibly an increase in class consciousness, or unionization of spirits, or whatever, has greatly energized the ghost in our day and given him both ambition and strength to do more things than ever. Maybe “water cooler conversation” has been discovered on the other side as well! No longer is the ghost content to be seen and not heard, to slink around in shadowy corners as apologetically as poor relations.
M. R. James, Bram Stoker, Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, William Hope Hodgson, Arthur Machen, Elliott O'Donnell, George Sylvester Viereck, John William Polidori, Thomas Preskett Prest, Edgar Allan Poe & Ronghua Xiang Contents
The Jewel of Seven Stars,
The Lady of the Shroud ,
Lair of the White Worm ,
The Man ,
An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge ,
The Damned Thing1898, From "In the ,Midst of Life" ,
The Damned ,
Four Weird Tales ,
The Insanity of Jones,
The Man Who Found Out,
The Glamour of the Snow,
The Wendigo ,
The Willows ,
William Hope Hodgson
The House on the Borderland ,
The Night Land ,
The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" ,
M. R. James,
PART 1: GHOST STORIES OF AN ANTIQUARY
Canon Alberic's Scrap-book
'Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come to You, My Lad'
The Treasure of Abbot Thomas
PART 2: MORE GHOST STORIES
A School Story
The Rose Garden
The Tractate Middoth
Casting the Runes
The Stalls of Barchester Cathedral
Mr Humphreys and his Inheritance
A Fragment of Life,
The White People,
The Great God Pan,
The Inmost Light,
Animal Ghosts Or, Animal Hauntings and the Hereafter ,
Scottish Ghost Stories
I. THE DEATH BOGLE OF THE CROSS ROADS, AND THE
INEXTINGUISHABLE CANDLE OF THE OLD WHITE HOUSE, PITLOCHRY
II.THE TOP ATTIC IN PRINGLE'S MANSION, EDINBURGH
III.THE BOUNDING FIGURE OF "—— HOUSE," NEAR BUCKINGHAM TERRACE, EDINBURGH
IV.JANE OF GEORGE STREET, EDINBURGH
V.THE SALLOW-FACED WOMAN OF NO. — FORREST ROAD, EDINBURGH
VI.THE PHANTOM REGIMENT OF KILLIECRANKIE
VII."PEARLIN' JEAN" OF ALLANBANK
VIII.THE DRUMMER OF CORTACHY
IX.THE ROOM BEYOND. AN ACCOUNT OF THE HAUNTINGS OF HENNERSLEY, NEAR AYR
X."—— HOUSE," NEAR BLYTHSWOOD SQUARE, GLASGOW. THE HAUNTED BATH
XI.THE CHOKING GHOST OF "—— HOUSE," NEAR SANDYFORD PLACE, GLASGOW
XII.THE GREY PIPER AND THE HEAVY COACH OF DONALDGOWERIE HOUSE, PERTH
XIII.THE FLOATING HEAD OF THE BENRACHETT INN, NEAR THE PERTH ROAD, DUNDEE
XIV.THE HAUNTINGS OF "—— HOUSE," IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD OF THE GREAT WESTERN ROAD, ABERDEEN
XV.THE WHITE LADY OF ROWNAM AVENUE, NEAR STIRLING
XVI.THE GHOST OF THE HINDOO CHILD, OR THE HAUNTINGS OF THE WHITE DOVE HOTEL, NEAR ST. SWITHIN'S STREET, ABERDEEN
George Sylvester Viereck
THE HOUSE OF THE VAMPIRE
John William Polidori
The Vampyre; a Tale
Thomas Preskett Prest
Varney the Vampire: Or the Feast of Blood
Edgar Allan Poe
THE OVAL PORTRAIT
THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER,
THE MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH.
THE DUC DE L'OMELETTE.
THE MAN THAT WAS USED UP.
Arthur Machen & Giacomo Casanova In these pages the great Venetian traveller recalls how, at the dawn of old age, he witnessed the public humiliation of a corrupt midwife, assisted the Venetian government, and made his way to Trieste.
Giacomo Casanova & Arthur Machen Forced from London, the legendary Venetian ladies’ man travels to Germany, where he helps found an official lottery, meets Prussian soldiers, and finally departs for Berlin.
M. R. James, E. F. Benson, Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, Robert W. Chambers, Walter de La Mare, H. P. Lovecraft, EDGAR ALLAN POE, Margaret Oliphant, A. M. Burrage, Vernon Lee, John Metcalfe, Vincent O'Sullivan, Clark Ashton Smith, Arthur Machen, Marjorie Bowen, Rudyard Kipling, Guy de Maupassant, Aleister Crowley, Perceval Landon & William Hope Hodgson If you were looking for the Holy Bible of the horror anthologies, consider yourself lucky, because you just found it!
Cosmic horror, supernatural events, ghost stories, weird fiction, mystical fantasies, occult narratives, this book plunges you into dark domains and brings you face to face with surreal monstrosities.
This second volume of “The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written” features 30 stories by an all-star cast, including Ambrose Bierce, Algernon Blackwood, Robert W. Chambers, M. R. James, H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, Arthur Machen, Sheridan Le Fanu, Walter De La Mare, Marjorie Bowen, Vincent O’Sullivan, John Metcalfe, Magaret Oliphant and A. M. Burrage, among many others!
Arthur Machen This book is about a Welsh orphan, he went to live with his uncle at a public school in the industrialized midlands, where he was seen as a lazy, idle, unrealistic and impractical dreamer. So he was caned by the teachers, bullied by his classmates, and bored by his classes.
Arthur Machen A major influence on H.P. Lovecraft and film director Guillermo del Toro, the Welsh supernatural horror writer Arthur Machen’s stories stand as some of the best in its genre. In his short story The White People he takes readers on a chilling journey into a world of rituals, witchcraft and mysterious creatures.
Arthur Machen There are strange things lost and forgotten in obscure corners of the newspaper. I often think that the most extraordinary item of intelligence that I have read in print appeared a few years ago in the London Press. It came from a well known and most respected news agency; I imagine it was in all the papers. It was astounding.
Arthur Machen A major influence on H.P. Lovecraft, and the inspiration for Guillermo del Toro's film Pan's Labyrinth, the Welsh supernatural horror writer Arthur Machen’s stories stand as some of the best in its genre. The Great God Pan recounts a sinister story of parallel worlds, medical experiments and abominations that none other than Stephen King hailed as one of the best horror stories ever written.
Arthur Machen "Arthur Machen Collected Works" is a collection of 23 horror tales and Other Fiction Short Stories by Arthur Machen. This is the biggest collection available as a single title.
Included in this collection:
1. The Great God Pan
2. The Shining Pyramid
The Three Imposters
3. The Novel of the Black Seal
4. The Novel of the White Powder
5. The Red Hand
6. The Hill of Dreams
7. The White People
The Angels of Mons
8. The Bowmen
9. The Soldiers' Rest
10. The Monstrance
11. The Dazzling Light
12. The Bowmen And Other Noble Ghosts
13. The Inmost Light
14. A Fragment of Life
15. The Secret Glory
16. The Terror
17. Dr. Duthoit's Vision
18. Out of the Earth
19. The Great Return
20. Far Off Things
22. A Double Return
23. The Lost Club
Arthur Machen, S. T. Joshi & Guillermo del Toro Classic tales of the fantastic, creepy and weird, with a foreword from the award-winning director of The Shape of Water Guillermo Del Toro
Machen's weird tales of the creepy and fantastic finally come to Penguin Classics. With an introduction from S.T. Joshi, editor of American Supernatural Tales, The White People and Other Weird Stories is the perfect introduction to the father of weird fiction. The title story "The White People" is an exercise in the bizarre leaving the reader disoriented and on edge. From the first page, Machen turns even fundamental truths upside-down, as his character Ambrose explains, "there have been those who have sounded the very depths of sin, who all their lives have never done an 'ill deed'" setting the stage for a tale entirely without logic.
For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. With more than 1,700 titles, Penguin Classics represents a global bookshelf of the best works throughout history and across genres and disciplines. Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.
Arthur Machen If you consider yourself a fan of the horror genre, you need to add Arthur Machen's short novel The Great God Pan to your library. Cited by Stephen King and numerous other writers as one of the greatest horror stories ever published, this fantastical tale recounts the bizarre experiments conducted by mad scientist Dr. Raymond in an attempt to call forth a manifestation of the pagan god Pan. As is often the case, these unholy undertakings engender consequences that no one could have predicted.
Arthur Machen A terrifying tale about the god of wild places. The Great God Pan (1894) is a novella written by Arthur Machen. On publication it was widely denounced by the press as degenerate and horrific because of its decadent style and sexual content, although it has since garnered a reputation as a classic of horror. A woman in Wales has her mind destroyed by a scientist''s attempt to enable her to see the god of nature Pan. Years later, a young woman named Helen Vaughan arrives in the London social scene, disturbing many young men and causing some to commit suicide; it transpires that she is the monstrous offspring of the god Pan and the woman in the experiment.
Arthur Machen To anyone interested in supernatural fiction, the work of Welsh master Arthur Machen (1863-1947) is a fundamental starting point. In 2008, Stephen King called Machen's "The Great God Panʺ (included here) "Maybe the best [horror story] in the English languageʺ in an interview. And H.P. Lovecraft wrote: "Of living creators of cosmic fear raised to its most artistic pitch, few if any can hope to equal the versatile Arthur Machen, author of some dozen tales long and short, in which the elements of hidden horror and brooding fright attain an almost incomparable substance and realistic acuteness."
"The Arthur Machen Megapack" presents 25 Classic Works by Arthur Machen, ranging from supernatural to war stories, including 3 poems and a critical essay by Vincent Starrett. Almost 1,200 pages!
ARTHUR MACHEN: A NOVELIST OF ECSTASY AND SIN, by Vincent Starrett
THE REMEMBRANCE OF THE BARD
THE PRAISE OF MYFANWY
A FRAGMENT OF LIFE
THE WHITE PEOPLE
THE GREAT GOD PAN
THE SHINING PYRAMID
THE INMOST LIGHT
THE HILL OF DREAMS
THE THREE IMPOSTORS
THE RED HAND
THE SECRET GLORY
THE HAPPY CHILDREN
MUNITIONS OF WAR
THE SOLDIERS' REST
THE ROSE GARDEN
A DOUBLE RETURN
FAR OFF THINGS
THE GREAT RETURN
A NEW CHRISTMAS CAROL
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Gertrude Atherton, F. Marion Crawford, Lafcadio Hearn, A. T. Quiller-Couch, Arthur Machen, Ambrose Bierce, W.W. Jacobs, W. C. Morrow & Mary Elizabeth Braddon The Third Ghost Story Megapack selects 26 more choice hauntings for your reading pleasure. Included this time are:
THE DEAD AND THE COUNTESS, by Gertrude Atherton
THE CEDAR CLOSET, by Lafcadio Hearn
THE WRAITH OF BARNJUM, by F. Anstey
THE JOLLY CORNER, by Henry James
THE ROLL-CALL OF THE REEF, by A. T. Quiller-Couch
THE BOWMEN, by Arthur Machen
OMAN, By Leopold Kompert
THE MIDDLE TOE OF THE RIGHT FOOT, by Ambrose Bierce
THE TOLL-HOUSE, by W.W. Jacobs
THE HAUNTED COVE, by Sir George Douglas
THE GHOST OF LORD CLARENCEUX, by Arnold Bennett
THE HAUNTED AUTOMATON, by W. C. Morrow
THE GHOSTS AT GRANTLEY, by Leonard Kip
THE SPECTRE COOK OF BANGLETOP, by John Kendrick Bangs
THE HAUNTED COVE, by Sir George Douglas
THE SUPERSTITIOUS MAN’S STORY, by Thomas Hardy
THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM, by William Hunt
THE SPECTRE IN THE CART, by Thomas Nelson Page
THE TALE OF THE PORCELAIN-GOD, by Lafcadio Hearn
THE BELL IN THE FOG, by Gertrude Atherton
THE HAUNTING OF WHITE GATES, by G. M. Robins
THE SHADOW ON THE BLIND, by Mrs. Alfred (Louisa) Baldwin
NO. 5 BRANCH LINE: THE ENGINEER, by Amelia Ann Blanford Edwards
THE SHADOW IN THE CORNER, by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
THE SECRET CHAMBER, by Margaret Oliphant
THE UPPER BERTH, by F. Marion Crawford
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H.P. Lovecraft, Bram Stoker, Edgar Allan Poe, Franz Kafka, Washington Irving, Arthur Machen, Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Thomas Hardy, Golden Deer Classics, Jason Conrad, William Hope Hodgson & John Buchan This book contains the following works arranged alphabetically by authors last names
The Damned Thing [Ambrose Bierce]
A Prisoner in Fairyland, The Empty House and Other Ghost Stories, The Willows [Algernon Blackwood]
Wieland: or, The Transformation [Charles Brockden Brown]
The Keeper of Cademuir, No-man's-land, The Grove of Ashtaroth, The Watcher by the Threshold [John Buchan]
The King in Yellow [Robert William Chambers]
The Signal-Man [Charles Dickens]
Trilby [George du Maurier]
The Lost Stradivarius [John Meade Falkner]
Curious, If True: Strange Tales [Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell]
The Yellow Wallpaper [Charlotte Perkins Gilman]
The Three Strangers [Thomas Hardy]
The Night Land, Carnacki, The Ghost Finder, The Ghost Pirates [William Hope Hodgson]
The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner [James Hogg]
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow [Washington Irving]
The Metamorphosis [Franz Kafka]
The Vision Of Tom Chuff, The Familiar, Ghost Stories of Chapelizod, The Child That Went With The Fairies [Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu]
At the Mountains of Madness, The Dunwich Horror, The Call of Cthulhu [H.P Lovecraft]
The Inmost Light, The Terror, The Great God Pan, The Novel of the White Powder [Arthur Machen]
The Beetle [Richard Marsh]
The Vampire [Jan Neruda]
In the Dark, The Power of Darkness [Edith Nesbit]
The Vampire Maid,The Demon Spell [Hume Nisbet]
The Fall of the House of Usher, The Thousand-and-Second Tale of Scheherazade, The Masque of the Red Death, The Tell-Tale Heart,The Raven [Edgar Allan Poe]
Varney the Vampire [James Malcom Rymer]
Frankenstein [Mary Shelley]
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde [Robert Louis Stevenson]
Dracula, Dracula's Guest [Bram Stoker]
The House of the Vampire [George Sylvester Viereck]