Creepy Classics

Creepy Classics Illus in black and white A haunting compilation of the scariest horror that literature has to offer classic short stories poems and excerpts from novels by Edgar Allen Poe Bram Stoker Mary Shelley

  • Title: Creepy Classics
  • Author: Mary Hill
  • ISBN: 9780679866923
  • Page: 250
  • Format: Paperback
  • Illus in black and white A haunting compilation of the scariest horror that literature has to offer classic short stories, poems, and excerpts from novels by Edgar Allen Poe, Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley, Sir Authur Conan Doyle and 17 other masters of the macabre Accompanied by bone chilling illustrations, each entry is introduced with a paragraph about the author and a bIllus in black and white A haunting compilation of the scariest horror that literature has to offer classic short stories, poems, and excerpts from novels by Edgar Allen Poe, Bram Stoker, Mary Shelley, Sir Authur Conan Doyle and 17 other masters of the macabre Accompanied by bone chilling illustrations, each entry is introduced with a paragraph about the author and a brief description of the work.

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    685 thoughts on “Creepy Classics

    • As a kid, receiving this "greatest hits" of the Gothic horror genre in classic literature pulled me into the horror genre forever. This is the first volume of a trilogy, and it contains everything from Stoker to Poe to De Maupassant and more. Some of these works, "Dracula's Guest" in particular, are over-anthologized, but for being an introductory volume that is no great crime.


    • Yes I know a children's book. Old English writing has never been my thing so this book dragged. The big fancy wording used in it still boggles me to why it was made for children. If I had trouble with it a kid wouldn't have gotten far at all. In essence hated it.


    • Classic stories, excerpts of longer works, and poems, with brief histories of the authors. Illustrations included.


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