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Peter Haining – Great British Tales Of Terror

Posted by demonik on September 7, 2007

Peter Haining  (ed.)- Great British Tales Of Terror: Gothic Stories Of Horror And Romance 1765 – 1840  (Gollancz, 1972: Penguin, 1973, 1983)

Great British Terror

Introduction – Peter Haining

Horace Walpole – Maddalena, or The Fate Of The Florentines
Mrs. Anne Letitia Barbauld – Sir Bertrand
Mrs. Ann Radcliffe – The Haunted Chamber
Dr. Natham Drake – The Abbey Of Clunedale
Matthew Gregory Lewis – The Anaconda
Anon – The Monk Of Horror, or The Conclave Of Corpses
William Beckford – The Nymph Of The Fountain
Anon – The Black Spider
Francis Lathom – The Water Spectre
William Child Green – Secrets Of Cabilism, or Ravenstone And Alice Of Huntingdon
Anne Of Swansea – The Unknown!, or The Knight Of The Blood-Red Plume
Anon – The Dance Of The Dead
Charles Maturin – Leixlip Castle
Dr. John Polidori – The Vampyre
Percy Bysshe Shelley – The Assassins
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley – The Dream
Lord Byron – The Burial
Leigh Hunt – A Tale For A Chimney Corner
William Harrison Ainsworth – The Spectre Bride
Thomas De Quincey – The Dice
Anon – The Astrologers Prediction, or The Maniac’s Fate
Lord Lytton – Glenallan
Sir Walter Scott – The Tale Of The Mysterious Mirror
Anon – The Magic Watch
Thomas Peckett Prest – The Demon Of The Hartz, or The Three Charcoal Burners
William Makepeace Thackeray – The Devil’s Wager
James Hogg – The Expedition To Hell
Anon (William Mudford) – The Iron Shroud
J. S. Le Fanu – The Ghost And The Bonesetter
G. W. M. Reynolds – The Tribunal Of The Inquisition

Great British Terror

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