The Tomb And Other Macabre Tales of Guy de Maupassant

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Osie Turner
The Forlorn Press, Apr 28, 2013 - Fiction - 111 pages

 This anthology contains eight tales of the bizarre by the French author, Guy de Maupassant. These eight stories are the strangest and most disturbing written by Maupassant. Also included is the essay, The Demise of Maupassant, which explores the author's descent into madness, internment into an asylum and eventual death. 


Included in this volume:

The Tomb

Le Horla

Suicides

The Diary of a Madman

Who Knows?

Ugly

Was it a Dream?

The Inn

Appendix: The Demise of Maupassant
 

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Contents

THE TOMB 䰀愀 吀漀洀戀攀
LE HORLA
SUICIDES
THE DIARY OF A MADMAN
WHO KNOWS? 儀唀䤀 匀䄀䤀吀㼀
Ugly
WAS IT A DREAM?
THE INN
The Demise of Maupassant
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