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American Fantastic Tales : Terror And The Uncanny From Poe To The Pulps (2009, original release: 2009)
Series: Library of America #196
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Call Number FICTION/AMERICAN/SC


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Published: New York, N.Y. : Library of America, [2009] ©2009
Series: Library of America
Description:  xv, 746 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781598530476, 159853047X,
Language:  English




From Poe to the pulps. Somnambulism: a fragment / Adventure of the German student / Berenice / Young Goodman Brown / Tartarus of maids / What was it? / Legend of Monte del Diablo / Moonstone mass / His unconquerable enemy / In dark New England days / Yellow wall paper / Black dog / Ma'ame Peþlagie / Thurlow's Christmas story / Repairer of reputations / Dead valley / Little room / Striding place / An itinerant house / Luella Miller / Grettir at Thorhall-stead / Yuki-Onna / For the blood is life / Moonlit road / Lukundoo / Shell of sense / Jolly corner / Golden baby / Afterward / Consequences / Shadowy third / Absolute evil / Unseen-unfeared / Curious case of Benjamin Button / Curse of Everard Maundy / King of the cats / Jelly-fish / Mr. Arcularis / Black stone / Passing of a god / Panelled room / Thing on the doorstep / Genius Loci / Cloak /



Charles Brockden Brown -- Washington Irving -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- Herman Melville -- Fitz-James O'Brien -- Bret Harte -- Harriet Prescott Spofford -- W.C. Morrow -- Sarah Orne Jewett -- Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Stephen Crane -- Kate Chopin -- John Kendrick Bangs -- Robert W. Chambers -- Ralph Adams Cram -- Madeline Yale Wynne -- Gertrude Atherton -- Emma Francis Dawson -- Mary Wilkins Freeman -- Frank Norris -- Lafcadio Hearn -- F. Marion Crawford -- Ambrose Bierce -- Edward Lucas White -- Olivia Howard Dunbar -- Henry James -- Alice Brown -- Edith Wharton -- Willa Cather -- Ellen Glasgow -- Julian Hawthorne -- Francis Stevens -- F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Seabury Quinn -- Stephen Vincent Beneþt -- David H. Keller -- Conrad Aiken -- Robert E. Howard -- Henry S. Whitehead -- August Derleth -- H.P. Lovecraft -- Clark Ashton Smith -- Robert Bloch

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Additional Credits:
Straub, Peter, 1943-

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