Tales of Terror and the Supernatural: A Classic Collection

(This Edition Published)

Main Details
Credits
Introduction by Michael Moorcock
Publisher Leopard
Media Group Random House UK Ltd
Printed and Bound by The Guernsey Press Co. Ltd*
About/Subject Supernatural Fiction
Cover/Jacket Design by Ken Leeder
Contributing Writer Honoré de Balzac
Contributing Writer Edgar Allan Poe
Contributing Writer Wilkie Collins
Contributing Writer Ambrose Bierce
Contributing Writer Thomas Hardy
Contributing Writer W. W. Jacobs
Contributing Writer Saki
Contributing Writer Alexander Woollcott
Contributing Writer Conrad Aiken
Contributing Writer Michael Arlen
Contributing Writer John Collier
Contributing Writer Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Contributing Writer Nathaniel Hawthorne
Contributing Writer Charles Collins*
Contributing Writer Charles Dickens
Contributing Writer Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
Contributing Writer Fitz-James O'Brien
Contributing Writer Henry James
Contributing Writer Guy de Maupassant
Contributing Writer F. Marion Crawford
Contributing Writer O. Henry
Contributing Writer M. R. James
Contributing Writer Edith Wharton
Contributing Writer Arthur Machen
Contributing Writer Robert Hichens
Contributing Writer Rudyard Kipling
Contributing Writer Edward Lucas White
Contributing Writer E. F. Benson
Contributing Writer Saki
Contributing Writer Oliver Onions
Contributing Writer Richard Middleton
Contributing Writer H. P. Lovecraft
Series La Comédie humaine
Series Études de mœurs
Series Scènes de la vie privée
Works
Date
This Edition Published
Identifying Codes
ISBN 10 1-85891-314-4
Barcode (EAN) 9781858913148
Format Paperback
Publication Location London
Genre
Page Count 611 pages
Language English
Chapters TALES OF TERROR
Honoré de Balzac: La Grande Bretèche
Edgar Allan Poe: The Black Cat
Edgar Allan Poe: The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar
Wilkie Collins: A Terribly Strange Bed
Ambrose Bierce: The Boarded Window
Thomas Hardy: The Three Strangers
W. W. Jacobs: The Interruption
Saki (H. H. Munro): Sredni Vashtar
Alexander Woollcott: Moonlight Sonata
Conrad Aiken: Silent Snow, Secret Snow
Michael Arlen: The Gentleman from America
John Collier: Back for Christmas

TALES OF THE SUPERNATURAL
Edward Bulwer-Lytton: The Haunters and the Haunted or The House and the Brain
Nathaniel Hawthorne: Rappaccini's Daughter
Charles Collins and Charles Dickens: The Trial for Murder
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: Green Tea
Fitz-James O'Brien: What Was It?
Henry James: Sir Edmund Orme
Guy de Maupassant: The Horla
Guy de Maupassant: Was It a Dream?
F. Marion Crawford: The Screaming Skull
O. Henry: The Furnished Room
M. R. James: Casting the Runes
M. R. James: Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come to You, My Lad
Edith Wharton: Afterward
W. W. Jacobs: The Monkey's Paw
Arthur Machen: The Great God Pan
Robert Hichens: How Love Came to Professor Guildea
Rudyard Kipling: The Return of Imray
Rudyard Kipling: "They"
Edward Lucas White: Lukundoo
E. F. Benson: Caterpillars
E. F. Benson: Mrs. Amworth
Saki (H. H. Munro): The Open Window
Oliver Onions: The Beckoning Fair One
Richard Middleton: The Ghost Ship
H. P. Lovecraft: The Rats in the Walls
H. P. Lovecraft: The Dunwich Horror
Notes Honoré de Balzac's story is spelled as "La Grande Bretéche" on the Contents page, and as "La Grande Bretêche" in the beginning of the short story.

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