Vintage Ghost Stories: The Virago Book of Victorian Ghost Stories, 1988, aka. Victorian Ghost Stories by Eminent Women Writers (ed. Richard Dalby)–TOC

Table of Contents

vii • Preface (The Virago Book of Victorian Ghost Stories) • (1988) • essay by Richard Dalby
• ix • Introduction (The Virago Book of Victorian Ghost Stories) • (1988) • essay by Jennifer Uglow
• 1 • Napoleon and the Spectre • (1833) • short story by Charlotte Brontë
• 5 • The Old Nurse’s Story • (1852) • novelette by Mrs. Gaskell [as by Elizabeth Gaskell]
• 23 • The Last House in C- Street • (1856) • short story by Dinah Maria Mulock Craik (variant of The Last House in C– Street) [as by Dinah Maria Mulock]
• 34 • Round the Fire • (1858) • short story by Catherine Crowe
• 44 • The Cold Embrace • (1860) • short story by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
• 52 • Not to Be Taken at Bed-Time • (1865) • short story by Rosa Mulholland
• 64 • The Story of Salome • (1867) • short story by Amelia B. Edwards
• 81 • The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth • (1868) • short story by Rhoda Broughton
• 90 • Reality or Delusion? • (1868) • short story by Mrs. Henry Wood
• 105 • Winthrop’s Adventure • (1881) • novella by Vernon Lee
• 135 • The Old House in Vauxhall Walk • (1882) • novelette by Mrs. J. H. Riddell [as by Charlotte Riddell]
• 150 • The Open Door • (1882) • novelette by Margaret Oliphant
• 185 • Cecilia de Noël • (1891) • novella by Lanoe Falconer
• 255 • Many Waters Cannot Quench Love • (1895) • short story by Mrs. Alfred Baldwin [as by Louisa Baldwin]
• 263 • The Prayer • (1895) • novelette by Violet Hunt
• 286 • Let Loose • (1890) • short story by Mary Cholmondeley
• 301 • The Villa Lucienne • (1896) • short story by Ella D’Arcy
• 309 • The Striding Place • (1896) • short story by Gertrude Atherton
• 315 • The Affair at Grover Station • (1900) • short story by Willa Cather
• 328 • The Vacant Lot • (1902) • short story by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
• 341 • Haunted! • (1898) • poem by Isabella Banks
• 343 • Notes on the Authors (The Virago Book of Victorian Ghost Stories) • (1988) • essay by Richard Dalby

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