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J. A . Cuddon – Penguin Book Of Ghost Stories

Posted by demonik on September 9, 2007

J. A . Cuddon (ed.) – The Penguin Book Of Ghost Stories (1984)

Penguin Book Of Ghost Stories

Introduction – J. A. Cuddon

Heinrich von Kleist – The Beggarwoman Of Locarno
E. T. A. Hoffman – The Entail
Walter Scott – Wandering Willie’s Tale
Alexander Pushkin – The Queen Of Spades
Elizabeth Gaskell – The Old Nurse’s Story
Margaret Oliphant – The Open Door
J. S. le Fanu – Dr. Justice Harbottle
Guy de Maupassant – The Horla
Henry James – Sir Edmund Orme
Emile Zola – Angeline, or The Haunted House
Ambrose Bierce – The Moonlit Road
Algernon Blackwood – A Haunted Island
M. R. James – The rose Garden
Rudyard Kipling – The Return Of Imray
A. J. Alan – My Adventure In Norfolk
H. G. Wells – The Inexperienced Ghost
E. F. Benson – The Room In The Tower
A. M. Burrage – One Who Saw
Edith Wharton – Afterward
Thomas Mann – The Wardrobe
Ann Bridge – The Buick Saloon
Marghanita Laski – The Tower
Mario Soldati – Footsteps In The Snow
Ray Bradbury – The Wind
Edward Hyams – Exorcising Baldassare
Muriel Spark – The Leaf Sweeper
Fielden Hughes – “Dear Ghost …”
Joan Aiken – Sonata For Harp And Bicycle
Elizabeth Walter – Come And Get me
George Mackay Brown – Andrina
Penelope Fitzgerald – The Axe
Alain Danielou – The Game Of Dice
A. S. Byatt – The July Ghost

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