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The History of Caliph Vathek

William Beckford

Publisher: Ozymandias Press

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Beckford's Gothic novel, Vathek, an Arabian tale, was originally written in French when the author was 21. It is the story of Caliph Vathek, whose eye can kill at a glance, who makes a pact with the Devil, Eblis.

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