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Terror by Gaslight: More Victorian Tales of Terror ePub download

by Hugh Lamb

  • Author: Hugh Lamb
  • ISBN: 0800875591
  • ISBN13: 978-0800875596
  • ePub: 1141 kb | FB2: 1590 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Publisher: Taplinger Pub Co; First Editiion edition (March 1, 1976)
  • Pages: 222
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Terror by Gaslight: More Victorian Tales of Terror ePub download

Terror by Gaslight book. Both this book and its predecessor, Terror by Gaslight, are treasure troves of creepy, scary stories from the minds of the Victorians.

Terror by Gaslight book. ContentsForeword - Hugh LambRobert Barr - PurificationGrant. Each is brimming over with works by masters such as . ider Haggard, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Mrs . Benson, and so many more. Both books were originally published in England in the mid-1970s.

November 1992 : UK Paperback.

17 quotes from Terror by Gaslight: More Victorian Tales of Terror: ‘By now, at the end of a sloping alley, we had reached the shores of a vast marsh. Terror by Gaslight Quotes Showing 1-17 of 17. By now, at the end of a sloping alley, we had reached the shores of a vast marsh. Some unknown quality in the sparkling water had stained its whole bed a bright yellow.

Victorian tales of terror. Victorian tales of terror.

A rare tale in history, of ghosts and two men being uncommonly nice to each other

A rare tale in history, of ghosts and two men being uncommonly nice to each other. e or not, depending on the manipulation of a source of light, goes back to the 16thC, but the technology of the day wasn't suitable to much use of the idea.

Preoccupied with death, and repressed in many areas of their lives, Victorians seem to have found an emotional outlet in ghost stories, eerie tales, and a fascination with the macabre.

Courier Corporation, 15 janv. Preoccupied with death, and repressed in many areas of their lives, Victorians seem to have found an emotional outlet in ghost stories, eerie tales, and a fascination with the macabre. Writers of the era fed this appetite with a continuing feast of stories steeped in terror and the supernatural. This unique collection gathers together 21 of these Victorian-era spine-tinglers, but unlike most anthologies, which feature the same tired tales, this volume contains 21 outstanding, but neglected stories from that time period.

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Hugh Lamb has spent over forty years delving into weird fiction. A freelance journalist by profession, Hugh Lamb lives in Sutton, Surrey. Библиографические данные. The Black Reaper: Tales of Terror by Bernard Capes (Collins Chillers) Collins Chillers.

The Terror is a 2007 novel by American author Dan Simmons. In the novel, while Franklin and his crew are plagued by starvation and illness, and forced to contend with mutiny and cannibalism, they are stalked across the bleak Arctic landscape by a monster.

Fourteen chillers from as many nineteenth-century English and American writers play on our fears of evil eyes, dark depressions, creepy creatures, and weird wanderers