Classic Tales from Hoffmann to Hodgson Edited by Darryl Jones Oxford World's Classics A unique and wide-ranging anthology of horror fiction from the Victorian and Edwardian periods, that embraces the diversity of the genre to showcase its terrifying achievements. Includes all horror types -- from supernatural tales and ghost stories, to scientific, psychological, and colonial horror--and writers from the British, Irish, European, and American traditions. A lively and accessible introduction discusses horror's appeal and often controversial nature, its particular attraction to nineteenth-century writers and readers as a way of articulating cultural preoccupations and anxieties, and the importance of the periodical market to the history of the genre. Includes comprehensive notes with brief accounts of the writers' lives and careers, full chronology, and select bibliography.
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Collins [originally published in Cemetery Dance, No. Nesbit [originally published in The Strand Magazine, Dec. Martin's Press, New York Each story includes a brief introduction; each section includes a brief introduction; and the collection includes an introductory essay.
Includes Introduction an essay on marriage and familypp. Cross-Cultural Family Perspectives brief introduction, pp. The Sociology of Family Dissolution brief introduction, pp.
Alternative Family Forms brief introduction, pp. The Crossing Press, Memories and Visions includes Susanna J. Timmel Duchamp's "O's Story"; R. Tales for Tomorrow edited by Virginia Kidd Dell: Paxson, "Jubilee's Story" by Elizabeth A.
Le Guin ; and Biographical Notes. New York, "Science fiction novelettes by women about women" Includes:- Freeman's "A New England Nun" and "The Revolt of Mother" Mary Wilkins Freeman () - born in MA - parents were Orthodox Congregationalists; reflected in her interest in the constraints of religious beliefs "The Revolt of Mother" () - Mother wants a new house and when Father builds a barn instead, she moves them into the barn.
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