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Something Wicked: 560+ Horror Classics, Macabre Tales & Supernatural Mysteries

The Call of Cthulhu, Frankenstein, Dracula, The Murders in the Rue Morgue, Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde…

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'Something Wicked: 560+ Horror Classics, Macabre Tales & Supernatural Mysteries' stands as a monumental anthology, featuring an unprecedented collection of stories that delve into the depths of the macabre, the supernatural, and the human psyche. Through its vast array of literary styles, from the Gothic to the modern, this collection offers readers a panoramic view of horror literature's evolution. The anthology encapsulates the essence of fear, suspense, and the inexplicable, showcasing the diversity and significance of its contents. It contains standout pieces that have shaped the genre, ranging from ghost stories and tales of the uncanny to narratives of demonic pacts and the undead, making it a rich tapestry of the horrifying and the sublime. The contributing authors and editors, including luminaries like Poe, Stoker, Shelley, and Lovecraft, bring a diverse and deeply enriching array of backgrounds to the anthology. These authors' works collectively align with and reflect significant historical, cultural, and literary movements—spanning Romanticism, Victorianism, and the advent of modern horror literature. Their collective contributions not only underscore the thematic richness of horror literature but also offer a compendium that spans centuries of literary exploration, capturing the essence of what it means to confront the unknown and the unthinkable. 'Something Wicked' beckons to the reader with the unique opportunity to traverse the landscapes of horror and the supernatural through numerous voices, perspectives, and styles contained within one volume. It educates, entertains, and elicits a broad range of emotions, making it an indispensable collection for both the aficionado and the newcomer to horror literature. This anthology fosters a dialogue between the works of its varied authors, encouraging a deeper appreciation for the craft and its profound impact on literature and culture at large.
Jane AustenOscar WildeEdgar Allan PoeEmily BrontëElizabeth GaskellCharlotte BrontëMark TwainArthur Conan DoyleDaniel DefoeRobert Louis StevensonBram StokerHenry JamesH. P. LovecraftJohn BuchanJohn Kendrick BangsAmbrose BierceGuy de MaupassantEdith NesbitLucy Maud MontgomeryNathaniel HawthorneRobert E. HowardRudyard KiplingWashington IrvingCharles DickensJack LondonMary ShelleyWilliam Makepeace ThackerayAnatole FranceThomas HardyMary Elizabeth BraddonLouisa M. AlcottHorace WalpoleFrederick MarryatWilkie CollinsAnn RadcliffeJerome K. JeromeHarriet Beecher StoweWilliam Hope HodgsonDavid LindsayH. G. WellsNikolai GogolWilhelm HauffE. T. A. HoffmannM. R. JamesE. F. BensonFrancis Marion CrawfordEdward Bulwer-LyttonAdelbert von ChamissoW. W. JacobsThéophile GautierSakiSabine Baring-GouldArthur MachenCharlotte Perkins GilmanFergus HumeStanley G. WeinbaumEdward BellamyLeonid AndreyevJoseph Sheridan Le FanuAmelia B. EdwardsEllis Parker ButlerGrant AllenJohn Meade FalknerLouis TracyFrank R. StocktonThomas de QuinceyRichard MarshWalter HubbellWilliam T. SteadFiona MacleodHugh WalpoleLafcadio HearnRalph Adams CramJames Malcolm RymerRobert W. ChambersWilliam F. HarveyMatthew Gregory LewisMarie Belloc LowndesRichard Le GallienneVincent O'sullivanM. P. ShielCleveland MoffettFlorence MarryatVilliers l'Isle de AdamWilliam ArcherKatherine RickfordLeopold KompertA. T. Quiller-CouchGambier BoltonAndrew Jackson DavisNizidaWalter F. PrinceChester Bailey FernandoBrander MatthewsLeonard KipBithia Mary CrokerCatherine L. PirkisHelena BlavatskyPliny the YoungerPedro De AlarçonThomas Peckett PrestH. H. MunroCatherine CroweWilliam Thomas BeckfordGeorge W. M. ReynoldsÉmile ErckmannFitz-James O'BrienAlexandre ChatrianMary Louisa MolesworthMary E. Wilkins FreemanWilliam Polidori