Werewolves in Literature: twelve classic stories David Haden

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Published: October 3rd 2010

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Werewolves in Literature: twelve classic stories  by  David Haden

Werewolves in Literature: twelve classic stories by David Haden
October 3rd 2010 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: | 3.16 Mb

112,000-word uniform-style ebook, with linked table-of-contents. CONTENTS:- 1. THE WEREWOLF OF PONKERT (1925), by Harold Warner Munn. One of the grimmest werewolf stories ever to appear — The Essential Guide to Werewolf Literature (2003) |*| 2.More112,000-word uniform-style ebook, with linked table-of-contents. CONTENTS:- 1. THE WEREWOLF OF PONKERT (1925), by Harold Warner Munn. One of the grimmest werewolf stories ever to appear — The Essential Guide to Werewolf Literature (2003) |*| 2. GABRIEL-ERNEST (1909), by Saki (Pen name of H.H. Munro). a classic short story based on accounts of the historical Gevaudan werewolf trials.

It scared the crap out of me” - The Latin Mouse. |*| 3. THE SHE-WOLF (1912), by Saki. —Sakis classic, and widely anthologized, short story — litgothic.com. |*| 4. THE WHITE WOLF OF THE HARTZ MOUNTAINS (1839), by Frederick Marryat. — the first appearance of the female werewolf in Victorian literature. — Monster Scholar. |*| 5. THE MARK OF THE BEAST, by Rudyard Kipling. —For pure horror, this tale is, perhaps, unmatched in English literature — Frederick Knowles, A Kipling Primer.

|*| 6. THE DOOR OF THE UNREAL (complete, 1919), by Gerald Biss. — An obscure English writer who dropped out of sight in the 1920s ... left one notable mark with this powerful werewolf novel — Horror Literature: a core collection and reference guide. — “handles quite dexterously the standard werewolf superstition” — H.P. Lovecraft in Supernatural Horror in Literature.

|*| 7. THE WEREWOLF (1911), by Eugene Field. — Eugene Field gives a new turn to the idea by representing the werewolf curse as a definite atavistic throw-back — Dorothy Scarborough, The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction. |*| 8. THE WOLF (1921), by Guy de Maupassant. — [in this story] we meet with savage beasts and men more savage yet than they — Montague Summers, The Werewolf in Lore and Legend. |*| 9. RUNNING WOLF (1920), by Algernon Blackwood. — Another good and ingenious mystification — Punch.

|*| 10. THE LAY OF THE WERE-WOLF (trans. 1911), by Marie de France. — The Breton fable recorded by Marie de France, probably in the latter part of the 12th century — The Encyclopedia of Vampires, Werewolves, and other Monsters. |*| 11. MORRAHA, by Joseph Jacobs (1892). - The Celtic materials are so rich that it would tax the resources of a whole clan of Grimms to exhaust the field — Joseph Jacobs. |*| 12. BEWARE THE CAT, by William Baldwin (1500s) - an extract from the first novel ever published in English.



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