Tales of Mystery & Imagination
Usborne, 1996 - Children's stories, American - 95 pages
"The Masque of the Red Death" is just one of the chilling stories in this vibrant retelling of some of Edgar Allan Poe's classical tales of terror. From the underground horrors of "The Pit and the Pendulum" to the weird goings-on in the spooky House of Usher, these stunningly illustrated stories are guaranteed to send shivers of fear and delight down the spines of modern readers, as much as when they were first published 150 years ago.
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