Tales of mystery & imagination

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The Heritage Press, 1941 - Children's stories, American - 366 pages
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Well. Those short stories really engage you in the 19th century horror fantasies, breath taking sometimes, and just an "Art" other times. You'll love it, just read as a snack. Read full review

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No words can describe the short stories of Edgar Allan Poe..." You have won and I have lost. But from now on you too are dead- dead to the world, to heaven, and to hope! You existed in me- and this body is your own. See how completely you have, through my death, murdered yourself." Read full review

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