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Peter Haining – Great Tales Of Terror From Europe And America

Posted by demonik on September 9, 2007

Peter Haining (ed.) – Great Tales Of Terror From Europe And America  (Gollancz, 1972, Penguin, 1984)

 Great Tales Of Terror From Europe And America

Introduction – Peter Haining



Johann von Goethe – The New Melusina
J. F. von Schiller – The Ghost-Seer or, The Apparitionist
Karl Theodore Korner – The Harp
Gottfried August Burger – The Wild Huntsman! or, The Demon’s Skeleton Chase
‘Johannes Ludwig Tieck’ – The Bride Of The Grave
Baron de la Motte Fouque – The Field Of Blood
Johann Karl August Musaus – The Bottle-Imp
Anon – The Spectre Barber
E. T. A. Hoffman – The Cremona Violin
Johann August Appel – The Fatal Marksman
Alois Wilhelm Schreiber – The Devil’s Ladder
Professor von Kramer – The Hall Of Blood


Francois Baculard D’Arnaud – The Witch Of Eye
Charles Pigault-Lebrun – The Unholy Compact Abjured
Eugene Sue – The Wandering Jew’s Sentance
Anon – The Parricide Punished
Anon – Louise, or The Living Spectre
Anon – Jan Shalken’s Three Wishes
Anon – Maredata And Gulio, or The Ocean Spirit
Anon – Valdrwulf, or The Fiend Of The Moor


Anon – Rip Van Winkle: A Legend
Charles Brockden Brown – Memoires Of Carwin, The Biloquist
Wahington Irving – The Adventure Of The German Student
Nathaniel Hawthorne – The Christmas Banquet
Anon – The Strange Guests
Sutherland Menzies – Hugues, The Wer-Wolf
Anon – The Possessed One
Charles Hoffman – Ben Blower’s Story
Edgar Allan Poe – The Cask Of Amontillado
Edgar Allan Poe – Shadow: A Parable


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