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Seventeenth-century tales of the supernatural

Isabel M. Westcott

Seventeenth-century tales of the supernatural

by Isabel M. Westcott

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Published by William Andrews Clark Memorial Library in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Supernatural -- 17th century -- Fiction.,
  • Fairies -- 17th century -- Fiction.,
  • Devil -- 17th century -- Fiction.,
  • Supernatural in literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementselected, with an introduction by Isabel M. Westcott.
    GenreFiction.
    SeriesPublication (Augustan Reprint Society) -- no.74.
    ContributionsUniversity of California, Los Angeles.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20696110M

    Read The Apex of Gothic Romance of Supernatural Horror in Literature by H. P. Lovecraft. The text begins: Horror in literature attains a new malignity in the work of Matthew Gregory Lewis (), whose novel The Monk () achieved marvellous popularity and earned him the nickname of "Monk" Lewis. This young author, educated in Germany and saturated with a body of wild Teuton lore.   Published in in a collection also containing four non-supernatural tales, it tells the story of a very uncommon romance that blossoms between a young Dartmoor squire and a seventeenth-century witch who has been cursed with eternal life – but not eternal youth. A Book of Ghosts is also included in this ebook. Published in , it.

    The books also contain funny supernatural tales like Pecos Bill and the Haunted House; Tug-of-War, in which a ghost and an unbeliever fight it out in a haunted house near Albany, New York; and the fighting Frogs of Windham who created havoc one night in a New England town. Part of a new six-volume series of the best in classic horror, selected by Academy Award-winning director of The Shape of Water Guillermo del Toro American Supernatural Tales is the ultimate collection of weird and frightening American short Stephen King will attest, the popularity of the occult in American literature has only grown since the days of Edgar Allan Poe.4/5().

    When one is considering writers involved in the creation of ghost stories, supernatural and horror tales, or those concocted especially to unnerve the reader, one does not immediately think of Rudyard Kipling, the author of The Jungle Book and the Just So Stories.4/5(32). I wrote my first book on a Chinese collection of tales from the seventeenth century called Liaozhai's Record of the Strange. I was interested in a broader understanding of what the author meant by “the strange,” which wasn’t limited to the supernatural. The Phantom Heroine ended up being about the ghosts that I had exorcised from the.


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The setting of the American wilderness in the captivity nar. Religion in 17th-Century England. LIKE the waves in a storm-tossed sea, ever changing, rushing to and fro, so the changing scene of seventeenth-century England presents a religious struggle never since equaled.

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