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HALLOWEEN Ultimate Collection: 200+ Mysteries Horror Classics & Supernatural Tales - An Enthralling Collection of Horror Mystery and Supernatural Tales - cover

HALLOWEEN Ultimate Collection: 200+ Mysteries Horror Classics & Supernatural Tales - An Enthralling Collection of Horror Mystery and Supernatural Tales

Wilhelm Hauff, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Edgar Allan Poe, William Hope Hodgson, John Buchan, George MacDonald, Bram Stoker, Anatole France, Jack London, Henry James, Théophile Gautier, Arthur Conan Doyle, Richard Le Gallienne, Ralph Adams Cram, Guy de Maupassant, Thomas Hardy, William Archer, Daniel Defoe, Brander Matthews, Lafcadio Hearn, Ambrose Bierce, Ellis Parker Butler, Washington Irving, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Grant Allen, ARTHUR MACHEN, Wilkie Collins, Thomas Peckett Prest, James Malcolm Rymer, Fergus Hume, Walter Hubbell, Leopold Kompert, Florence Marryat, John William Polidori, Vincent O'Sullivan, W.W. Jacobs, M.P. Shiel, E.F. Benson, M. R. James, H. P. Lovecraft, Francis Marion Crawford, Mary Shelley, Margaret Oliphant, Frank R. Stockton, A. T. Quiller-Couch, Leonard Kip, Katherine Rickford, Bithia Mary Croker, Catherine L. Pirkis, Pedro De Alarçon, Pliny the Younger, Helena Blavatsky, Villiers l'Isle de Adam, William F. Harvey, Fiona Macleod, William T. Stead, Gambier Bolton, Andrew Jackson Davis, Nizida, Walter F. Prince, Chester Bailey Fernando

Translator Julian Hawthorne, William Melmoth

Publisher: Good Press

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Summary

HALLOWEEN Ultimate Collection: 200+ Mysteries, Horror Classics & Supernatural Tales stands as a monumental anthology, capturing the essence of mystery, horror, and the supernatural across centuries of literary tradition. This collection showcases an impressive diversity in storytelling, encompassing everything from the gothic and grotesque to tales of psychological terror and cosmic horror. Through the carefully curated selection, readers will encounter landmark works that have defined and redefined genres, making this anthology a critical resource for understanding the evolution and breadth of horror and mystery literature. The inclusion of stories by pioneers such as Edgar Allan Poe and Mary Shelley alongside lesser-known gems offers a rich tapestry of the macabre and the eerie, ensuring a varied and engaging experience for all who dare to delve into its pages. The anthology brings together a formidable array of authors, each contributing their unique voice and perspective to the overarching themes of horror and the supernatural. From the Victorian anxieties and moral allegories of writers like Charles Dickens and Bram Stoker to the existential and cosmic dread explored by H.P. Lovecraft and Ambrose Bierce, the collection is a testament to the genres adaptability and enduring appeal. Situating these works in their historical and cultural contexts enriches the reader's experience, allowing for a deeper understanding of the narratives as reflections of their time. This comprehensive assembly of authors not only celebrates the genre's illustrious past but also its capacity to continually challenge and captivate the imagination. Recommending HALLOWEEN Ultimate Collection is an invitation to experience the full spectrum of fear, curiosity, and awe that supernatural tales provoke. It presents a unique opportunity to engage with the works of master storytellers, their craft honed to perfection across the pages of this anthology. For scholars, aficionados, and new readers alike, this collection promises an unparalleled journey into the heart of darkness and wonder, solidifying its place as an essential compendium for anyone fascinated by the shadows that lurk in literature and beyond. This volume not only entertains but educates, making it a must-have for those eager to explore the depths of human imagination through the lens of the mysterious and the supernatural.
Available since: 11/19/2023.
Print length: 6500 pages.

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