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Riassunto: Our mission is to provide the world with beautiful, accessible, illuminating editions of classic horror fiction, introducing these chilling gems to new generations, making them gorgeously illustrated and giving you critical, historical, and artistic insights with every single story. This is one of those books. The definitive collection of W. W. Jacob's macabre tales, and one of only two editions of Jacobs’ horror stories available in the English-speaking world, this brand new anthology is replete with informed annotations, expository commentary, and chilling illustrations that shed light on one of Britain’s most underrated masters of the macabre. Few horror stories have been as timeless, haunting, and fascinating than W. W. Jacobs’ “The Monkey’s Paw” – it ranks among the first water of supernatural fiction, alongside the thrillers of Lovecraft, Poe, and James. But Jacobs was far from a one hit wonder, and this wholly unique collection of stories strives to showcase the very best of his phenomenal, moving tales of terror. Ranging from psychologically complex tales of murderers hounded by ghastly nighttime torments, to cocksure adventurers crushed into paste by a leering and vindictive universe, to disturbingly ambiguous stories of accidental deaths in old, run-down houses, Jacobs’ brand of horror continues in the literary tradition of Edith Wharton and Henry James: packing a devastating punch to human arrogance with eloquent language, shadowy happenings, and complicated characters. Pirate murderers, cursed jewels, hidden corpses, and disfigured recluses populate this fascinating collection of Edwardian terror.

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Descrizione libro Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. M Grant Kellermeyer (illustratore). Illustrated. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Our mission is to provide the world with beautiful, accessible, illuminating editions of classic horror fiction, introducing these chilling gems to new generations, making them gorgeously illustrated and giving you critical, historical, and artistic insights with every single story. This is one of those books. The definitive collection of W. W. Jacob s macabre tales, and one of only two editions of Jacobs horror stories available in the English-speaking world, this brand new anthology is replete with informed annotations, expository commentary, and chilling illustrations that shed light on one of Britain s most underrated masters of the macabre. Few horror stories have been as timeless, haunting, and fascinating than W. W. Jacobs The Monkey s Paw - it ranks among the first water of supernatural fiction, alongside the thrillers of Lovecraft, Poe, and James. But Jacobs was far from a one hit wonder, and this wholly unique collection of stories strives to showcase the very best of his phenomenal, moving tales of terror. Ranging from psychologically complex tales of murderers hounded by ghastly nighttime torments, to cocksure adventurers crushed into paste by a leering and vindictive universe, to disturbingly ambiguous stories of accidental deaths in old, run-down houses, Jacobs brand of horror continues in the literary tradition of Edith Wharton and Henry James: packing a devastating punch to human arrogance with eloquent language, shadowy happenings, and complicated characters. Pirate murderers, cursed jewels, hidden corpses, and disfigured recluses populate this fascinating collection of Edwardian terror. TALES INCLUDED in this ANNOTATED EDITION: In Mid-Atlantic The Brown Man s Servant Over the Side Captain Rogers Jerry Bundler Three at a Table The Monkey s Paw The Toll-House The Vigil In the Library The Well The Three Sisters His Brother s Keeper. Codice libro della libreria APC9781506168630

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