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The Assassins (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Percy Bysshe Shelley

Hailed as one of the finest lyric poets in the English language, Percy Bysshe Shelley was best-known for his verse. However, he also produced a number of acclaimed short prose works, and 'The Assassins' is charged...


A Smokey Lady in Knickers (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Thorne Smith

Thorne Smith was one of the early 20th century's best-known writers of humorous supernatural fantasy. Before reaching global fame with his 1926 novel Topper, he produced a string of popular short stories, of...


The Haunted Chamber (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Ann Radcliffe

Ann Radcliffe was an early pioneer of the Gothic novel, and 'The Haunted Chamber' is one of her best-known tales. A chilling and subtle ghost story, it is an excellent example of Radcliffe's genre-defining style....


The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - With Other Short Stories by Robert Louis Stevenson (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Robert Louis Stevenson

Author of the timeless Treasure Island (1883), Robert Louis Stevenson is a hugely popular author, and one of the most translated in the world. First published in 1886, 'The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr....


The Edgar Allan Poe of Japan - Some Tales by Edogawa Rampo - With Some Stories Inspired by His Writings (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Edogawa Rampo

Edogawa Rampo is the pen name of Japanese author Hirai Taro. Influenced in his early career by Western mystery writers such as Edgar Allan Poe and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, he is one of Japan's most famous authors,...


Haunted Houses in Mogh's Half - Ghost Stories from Northern Ireland (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , John D. Seymour

St. John D Seymour was a minister and explorer, who spent his life documenting what he regarded as real-life examples of witches, banshees, poltergeists, ghosts and apparitions. Many of the Gothic romance and...


The Chain of Destiny (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker is best known for his 1897 publication, Dracula. This work is an epistolary novel weaving hypnotism, magic, the supernatural, and other elements of Gothic fiction. It went on to sell over one million...


The Body-Snatcher (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Robert Louis Stevenson

Author of the timeless Treasure Island (1883), Robert Louis Stevenson is a hugely popular author, and one of the most translated in the world. First published in Pall Mall magazine in December of 1884, 'The...


Banshees, and Other Death Warnings (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , John D. Seymour

St. John D Seymour was a minister and explorer, who spent his life documenting what he regarded as real-life examples of witches, banshees, poltergeists, ghosts and apparitions. Many of the earliest Irish ghost...


William Wilson (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Edgar Allan Poe

Master of the Gothic and creator of the detective genre, Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most famous writers in all of American literature. 'William Wilson' ranks amongst his spookiest tales, and features a thrilling...


The Vampyre (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , John William Polidori

Closely associated with the Romantic movement, John William Polidori is considered by many to be the creator of vampire fiction. His 1819 short story, 'The Vampyre', is widely accepted as the first vampire story...


The Undying Thing (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Barry Pain

Barry Pain was a prolific and popular mystery and horror writer whose career spanned forty years. Though somewhat neglected in his day, he is now seen as an important writer, and a great inspiration for authors...


Dead Men Working in the Cane Fields (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , W. B. Seabrook

A lesser-known figure of America's Lost Generation, Seabrook was a prolific traveller and author. 'Dead Men Working in the Cane Fields' is an excerpt from his 1929 book The Magic Island, a folklore-tinged travelogue...


Ligeia (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Edgar Allan Poe

Master of the Gothic and creator of the detective genre, Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most famous writers in all of American literature. His opium-tinged 'Ligeia' is a classic example of his macabre, entertaining...


Haunted Houses in or Near Dublin (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , John D. Seymour

St. John D Seymour was a minister and explorer, who spent his life documenting what he regarded as real-life examples of witches, banshees, poltergeists, ghosts and apparitions. Many of the earliest Irish ghost...


The Girls in 3-B

by Valerie Taylor & Tania Modleski

Three small-town girls move to the big city in this reissue of a classic 1950s pulp.


Bush Studies: Text Classics

by Barbara Baynton & Helen Garner

Barbara Baynton's short-story collection Bush Studies is famous for its stark realism-for not romanticising bush life, instead showing all its bleakness and harshness. Economic of style, influenced by the great...


Maurice Guest: Text Classics

by Henry Handel Richardson & Carmen Callil

Henry Handel Richardson's debut, published in London in 1908, is set in the music scene of turn-of-the-century Leipzig, a cosmopolitan centre for the arts drawing students from around the world-among them Maurice...


The Story of a Nobody

by Anton Chekhov & Hugh Aplin

Combining psychological detail with a strong sense of place and time, this tale bears all the hallmarks of Chekhov's genius, and perfectly captures the political and social tensions of its day A secret terrorist...


Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn: The Original Text Edition

by Mark Twain & Alan Gribben

Perennially listed among the classics of American literature, Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1885) broke new ground by allowing a teenage boy to narrate his own story. The son of a cruel town drunkard,...