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Great Tales Of Terror And The Supernatural (1944)
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Call Number MYSTERY/WISE,H/SC


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Published: New York : Random House, [1944]
Description:  xix, 1080 p. ; 22 cm
Language:  English


"First printing."



La Grande Breteche / Black cat / Facts in the case of M. Valdemar -- Terribly strange bed / Boarded window / Three strangers / Interruption / Pollock and the Porroh man ; Sea raiders / Sredni Vashtar / Moonlight sonata / Silent snow, secret snow / Suspicion / Most dangerous game / Leiningen versus the ants / Gentleman from America / A rose for Emily / Killers / Back for Christmas / Taboo / Haunters and the haunted or the house and the brain / Rappaccini's daughter / Trial for murder / Green tea / What was it? / Sir Edmund Orme / Horla / Was it a dream? -- Screaming skull / Furnished room / Casting the runes ; Oh, whistle, and I'll come to you, my lad / Afterward / Monkey's paw / Great God Pan / How love came to professor Guildea / Rreturn of Imray ; They / Lukundoo / Caterpillars ; Mrs. Amworth / Ancient sorceries ; Confession / Open window / Beckoning fair one / Out of the deep / Adam and Eve and pinch / Celestian omnibus / Ghost ship / Sailor-boy's tale / Rats in the walls ; Dunwich horror /



Honore de Balzac -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Wilkie Collins -- Ambrose Bierce -- Thomas Hardy -- W.W. Jacobs -- H.G. Wells -- Saki (H.H. Munro) -- Alexander Woollcott -- Conrad Aiden -- Dorothy L. Sayers -- Richard Connell -- Carl Stephenson -- Michael Arlen -- William Faulkner -- Ernest Hemingway -- John Collier -- Geoffrey Household -- Edward Bulwer-Lytton -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- Charles Collins, Charles Dickens -- Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu -- Fitz-James O'Brien -- Henry James -- Guy de Maupassant -- F. Marion Crawford -- O. Henry -- M.R. James -- Edith Wharton -- W.W. Jacobs -- Arthur Machen -- Robert Hichens -- Rudyard Kipling -- Edward Lucas White -- F.F. Benson -- Algernon Blackwood -- Saki (H.H. Munro) -- Oliver Onions -- Walter de la Mare -- A.E. Coppard -- E.M. Forster -- Richard Middleton -- Isak Dinesen -- H.P. Lovecraft

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Fraser, Phyllis, 1911-2006, joint ed

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