Vintage Horror: The Second Century of Creepy Stories, ed. by Hugh Walpole, 1937; Table of Contents

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Table of Contents

• 19 • Mad Monkton • (1859) • novella by Wilkie Collins [as by William Wilkie Collins]
• 97 • Mortmain • (1931) • novelette by John Metcalfe
• 141 • The Dead Bride • (1929) • novelette by Anonymous
• 187 • Carmilla • [Martin Hesselius] • (1872) • novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu [as by Sheridan Le Fanu]
• 317 • Tarnhelm • (1929) • short story by Hugh Walpole [as by Sir Hugh Walpole]
• 339 • A Watcher by the Dead • (1889) • short story by Ambrose Bierce
• 395 • The Most Maddening Story in the World • short story by Ralph Straus
• 419 • Change • (1936) • short story by Arthur Machen
• 439 • Keeping His Promise • (1906) • short story by Algernon Blackwood
• 457 • The Oak Saplings • (1931) • short story by A. M. Burrage [as by Ex-Private X]
• 479 • Mr. Humphreys and His Inheritance • (1911) • novelette by M. R. James
• 513 • The Beckoning Fair One • (1911) • novella by Oliver Onions
• 595 • The Horla • [Le Horla • 3] • (1903) • novelette by Guy de Maupassant (trans. of Le Horla 1887)
• 627 • The Upper Berth • (1885) • novelette by F. Marion Crawford
• 655 • The House in Half Moon Street • (1934) • novelette by Hector Bolitho
• 723 • The Crown Derby Plate • (1933) • short story by Marjorie Bowen
• 741 • The Turn of the Screw • [The Turn of the Screw] • (1898) • novel by Henry James
• 871 • Monsieur Seeks a Wife • (1934) • novelette by Margaret Irwin
• 911 • The Accident • (1936) • short story by Ann Bridge
• 943 • Mrs. Vaudrey’s Journey • (1934) • short story by Martin Armstrong
• 961 • Browdean Farm • (1927) • short story by A. M. Burrage
• 981 • Perchance to Dream • (1930) • short story by Michael Joyce
• 997 • The Drummer of Gordonmuir • (1916) • short story by Shane Leslie
• 1013 • Banquo’s Chair • short story by Rupert Croft-Cooke

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