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  • 257 pages
  • The Death Mask
  • H.D. Everett
  • English
  • 04 September 2018
  • 9781900441001

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  1. says:

    Cuentos de fantasmas cl sicos muy entretenidos Ser que estoy haci ndome viejo pero disfruto mucho m s con este tipo de literatura que con la mayor a del horror moderno que se escribe ahora Y desde luego, en lo que no creo equivocarme es en que est n mucho mejor escritos Soy un puto carcamal.


  2. says:

    La m scara de la muerte y otras historias , de Henrietta Dorothy Everett 1851 1923 , es una selecci n de relatos extra dos del original The Death Mask and Other Ghosts 1920 Fue una escritora bastante desconocida, y por ello es una satisfacci n encontrarse con este librito editado por La Biblioteca de Carfax Est muy bien escrito o traducido , y predomi...


  3. says:

    Literatura cl sica de terror en la que prima la ambientaci n y la extrema sensibilidad de la poca.


  4. says:

    3,5 5 Yo no tuve nada que ver con esa cosa No s lo que era ni de d nde vino Pero juro que nunca m s me acercar a ese condenado lugar ni de noche ni de d a Recopilaci n de relatos de fantasmas escritos por la desconocida H.D Everett Muy entretenidos y llenos de elementos g ticos y rom nticos.La m scara de la muerte y otras historias es una recopilaci n de relatos de terror muy entretenida e interesante, desde la perspectiva de ...


  5. says:

    La rese a completa en Lo extend y lo coloqu sobre su cara muerta, y lo que sucedi a continuaci n fue bastante singular pareci como si sus rasgos lo absorbieran hasta convertirse en una m scara perfecta.Hoy en el blog vamos a descubrir a otra de esas maravillosas autoras de terror poco conocidas que La biblioteca de Carfax est recupe...


  6. says:

    Another relatively obscure collection of so called Jamesian ghost stories The problem with most of these is they are really not actually what would better describe them is Victorian supernatural stories that happen to be contemporaneous with M.R James They partake of little of the Jamesian dictum that the ghosts need to be malevolent and the chief menace seems to involve the protagonist s ability to be easily frightened Granted, there was certainly a heightened sensibility when these stories were written that doesn t date them well beyond their quaint novelty today By contrast James s stories often remain potent even today Still they are well written if not particularly memorable.There are less expensive collections of these stories out there than this ridiculously dear Ghost Story Press edition I know there is a Wordsworth mmpb and I think the ebook of the original edition may even be in the public domain in the US As it is, other than the dj, this edition is un...


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    Mrs Henrietta Dorothy Everett 1851 1923 , who wrote under the nom de plume Theo Douglas , began her writing career at the age of forty four During the next twenty five years, from 1896 to 1920, twenty two books appeared bearing the name Theo Douglas, published by seventeen different publishers Her true identity wasn t revealed until 1910.The Death Mask and Other Ghosts was first published in 1920 by Philip Allan Co., and it is one of Mrs Everett s only books to omit the name Theo Douglas It is an extremely rare book, and I ve never seen a copy, let alone been given the chance to buy one Two stories from the book were republished by Philip Allan in 1932 The Death Mask in Shivers, and The Crimson Blind in Shudders Both were also included in Philip Allan s Creeps Omnibus in 1935 However, most of Mrs Everett s tales then remained out of print until the complete collection was republished by the Ghost Story Press in 1995.In the first story of the collection, The Death Mask , Tom Enderby is asked by his dying wife, Gloriana, to make her a promise once she is dead, he must cover her face with a particular handkerchief A few days after her death, just prior to the undertaker s closing her coffin, Enderby carries out his wife s wishes I spread it o...


  8. says:

    Read in the transcription from gothictexts.wordpress.com, which has a few typos found it at mysteryandimagination.wordpress.com A collection that won t appeal to those wanting horror these are tales of the weird, with occasional ghosts It s very much a product of its time, with at least one story Over the Wires built around new technology that mysterious, newfangled telephone Besides being haunted by the strange, the people in the stories are also haunted by WWI, which bobs to the surface in several stories A Perplexing Case is the most obvious one, with a powerful blast literally sending the personalities of two soldiers out of their bodies Other stories for example, A Girl in White feature recuperating soldiers.Some of the stories are incidents than story Anne s Little Ghost doesn t actually resolve itself, though others do, for example The Next Heir, which mingles ghosts and the weird There s tales of premonitions and a couple stories of malign spirits the usual Victorian and Edwardian stuff One of Douglas s themes is the dead who refuse to let go of life Parson Clench and the living The Death Mask.Hmm how to talk about the stories without spoiling them I was oddly charmed by The Lonely Road, a simple story featuring a mysterious dog Also, Parson Clench, whose name is all too...


  9. says:

    Cl sica antolog a de relato g tico escrito por una autora casi desconocida Historias de fantasmas con una cuidada y absorbente ambientaci n que llega a estremecer Curioso que muchas de ellas transcurran durante la guerra o la posguerra.


  10. says:

    Cuentos cortitos y sencillos, a veces previsibles, pero igualmente muy agradables de leer.

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