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Classic Gothic Horror Anthology Volume III: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Carmilla and The Castle of Otranto - cover

Classic Gothic Horror Anthology Volume III: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow Carmilla and The Castle of Otranto

Washington Irving, Horace Walpole, Joseph Le Fanu

Publisher: Beatrice Ridgewell

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Summary

The Classic Gothic Horror Collection Volume III features The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving  (1820), Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (1872), and The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole (1764).

Although they were written long ago, these classic Gothic novels still provoke bone-chilling thrills and are as gripping as ever. This anthology of must-read tales will keep you turning the page well into the night…

 
Available since: 09/29/2019.

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