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Excellent...chills the blood of the toughest reader. The parade of great names from Goethe to Poe testifies to the quality of the writing - Sunday Times Cover Illustration: Barbara Lofthouse


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Excellent...chills the blood of the toughest reader. The parade of great names from Goethe to Poe testifies to the quality of the writing - Sunday Times Cover Illustration: Barbara Lofthouse

52 review for Great Tales of Terror from Europe and America: Gothic Stories of Horror and Romance 1765-1840

  1. 4 out of 5

    Quirkyreader

    This volume is full of forgotten Gothic tales that were once all the rage in Europe. The section from Germany has some of the best. I did this as an audio book at night before going to bed. It gave me "pleasant" dreams. I am not sure how easily avaible this book is, so if you find a copy grab it. This volume is full of forgotten Gothic tales that were once all the rage in Europe. The section from Germany has some of the best. I did this as an audio book at night before going to bed. It gave me "pleasant" dreams. I am not sure how easily avaible this book is, so if you find a copy grab it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gothic Readers Book Club

    GOTHIC READERS CHOICE AWARD WINNER What is there not to love about this collection? It's a collection of some of the greatest Gothic writers of all time. Irving, Hawthorne, Poe, Körner, von Shiller, Goethe, and more. Some of these stories are easily recognized. Others are less famous and give a new depth to the Gothic short story. Some are names that the average reader might not associate with Gothic, yet every story here weaves a haunting, disturbing portrait of human frailty. Haining has chosen GOTHIC READERS CHOICE AWARD WINNER What is there not to love about this collection? It's a collection of some of the greatest Gothic writers of all time. Irving, Hawthorne, Poe, Körner, von Shiller, Goethe, and more. Some of these stories are easily recognized. Others are less famous and give a new depth to the Gothic short story. Some are names that the average reader might not associate with Gothic, yet every story here weaves a haunting, disturbing portrait of human frailty. Haining has chosen well and this one of the best introductions to Gothic literature we've come across in a long time. If You Like: Essentially any Gothic author from the 1800s (it's that good) http://gothicreadersbookclub.blogspot...

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