Vintage Horror: Great Tales of Horror, ed. by Marjorie Bowen, 1929

GRTTLSFHRR1933Table of Contents

ix • Preface (Great Tales of Horror) • essay by Marjorie Bowen
1 • The Grey Chamber • (1929) • short story by Anonymous
11 • The Murder Of Squire Langton • (1926) • short story by Marjorie Bowen
29 • Sir Dominick Sarsfield • short story by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (variant of Sir Dominick’s Bargain 1872) [as by J. Sheridan Le Fanu]
47 • The Queen of Spades • (1927) • novelette by Александр ПушкинQuestion mark (trans. of Пиковая дамаQuestion mark 1834) [as by Alexander Pushkin]
77 • The Two Sisters of Cologne • (1929) • novelette by uncredited
99 • The Witch • (1929) • short story by Николай ГогольQuestion mark (trans. of Вечер накануне Ивана КупалаQuestion mark 1830) [as by Nikolai Gogol]
119 • The Ghost of a Head • (1929) • short story by Anonymous
135 • The Great Keinplatz Experiment • (1929) • short story by Arthur Conan Doyle [as by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle]
155 • The Woman’s Ghost Story • (1907) • short story by Algernon Blackwood
167 • The Doppelganger • (1929) • short story by uncredited
183 • The Dead Bride • (1929) • novelette by Anonymous
225 • The Tapestried Chamber • (1828) • short story by Sir Walter Scott
243 • Almodoro’s Cupid • (1897) • short story by William Waldorf Astor
261 • The Skull • (1929) • short story by Anonymous
281 • The Magic Mirror • (1858) • short story by George MacDonald
305 • The Red Room • (1896) • short story by H. G. Wells
319 • In Letters of Fire • [L’homme qui a vu le diable] • (1908) • short story by Gaston Leroux (trans. of L’homme qui a vu le diable)
342 • The Legend of Dunblane • (1929) • short story by uncredited
371 • The Shining Pyramid • (1895) • novelette by Arthur Machen
399 • A Night in an Old Castle • (1929) • short story by G. P. R. James

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