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Review: Uncle SilasUser Review - Hal Johnson - Goodreads
It's a great hook: An underage heiress has a mysterious black-sheep Uncle Silas who was accused (but not convicted) of murdering a man years ago to get out of debts – the only blight on the ... Read full review
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It is a testament to Le Fanu's writing skill that I can't give this problematic story anything less than four stars, whatever those are worth. He gave me a good time, even as I rolled my eyes at the ... Read full review
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Uncle Silas is a Victorian Gothic mystery/thriller novel by the Anglo-Irish writer J. Sheridan Le Fanu. It is notable as one of the earliest examples of the ...
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Sheridan Le Fanu: Uncle Silas
Review of Uncle Silas by Sheridan Le Fanu. ... Uncle Silas was Le Fanu's first success in England, and was based on an earlier short story published in an ...
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Uncle Silas, by J. Sheridan Le Fanu (chapter46)
The proportions of the house are so great, that it is a much longer walk than you would suppose from the hall-door to Uncle Silas’s room. ...
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Uncle Silas: A Tale of Bartram-Haugh by js Le Fanu at Questia ...
Uncle Silas: A Tale of Bartram-Haugh. ... COUSIN MONICA AND UNCLE SILAS MEET · 280. XL. IN WHICH I MAKE ANOTHER COUSIN'S ACQUAINTANCE · 288 ...
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There was also some disgrace about his younger brother, my Uncle Silas, which he felt bitterly, and he had given himself up to the secluded life of a ...
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Part 37 of Uncle Silas: a Tale of Bartram-Haugh
At that meal, however, we met, but in the presence of Uncle Silas, who, though silent and apathetic, was formidable; and we, sitting at a table ...
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Uncle Silas/Chapter XXIX - Wikisource
I wondered what old grudge could make my cousin judge Uncle Silas always so hardly—I could not suppose it was justice. I had seen my hero indeed lately so ...
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JSTOR: Misalliance and Anglo-Irish Tradition in Le Fanu's Uncle Silas
In Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu's 1864 Gothic novel, Uncle Silas, our heroine, the beautiful heiress Maud Ruthyn, promises her exacting and aristocratic father, ...