The great god Pan : and other horror stories / Arthur Machen ; edited with an introduction and notes by Aaron Worth.
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- ISBN: 9780198813163
- ISBN: 0198813163
- Physical Description: xxxvi, 389 pages ; 23 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references.
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The lost club -- The great god Pan -- The inmost light -- The three imposters -- The red hand -- The shining pyramid -- The Turanians -- The idealist -- Witchcraft -- The ceremony -- Psychology -- Midsummer -- The white people -- The bowmen -- The monstrance -- N -- The tree of life -- Change -- Ritual.
Perhaps no figure better embodies the transition from the Gothic tradition to modern horror than Arthur Machen. In the final decade of the nineteenth century, the Welsh writer produced a seminal body of tales of occult horror, spiritual and physical corruption, and malignant survivals from the primeval past. Machen's 'weird fiction' has influenced generations of storytellers and it remains no less unsettling today. This new collection includes the core late-Victorian horror classics, a selection of lesser-known prose poems and later tales.
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