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4.0 su 5 stelle Who Doesn't Love a Horror Classic? 19 maggio 2014
Di Paula Cappa Reviews - Pubblicato su
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I love the classics so this book was perfect on my nightstand. I chose what stories suited me for the moment and, as with anthologies, that's one of the beauties of reading a different story, a different author every week. I especially liked Hauff's Severed Hand and Balzac's Mysterious Mansion. This book is an adventure back in time with the greatest of writers.
4.0 su 5 stelle The best horror short stories 18..-1849 classic anthology 6 dicembre 2013
Di rose rupard - Pubblicato su
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Really good stories written by the best masters of horror. I already have some of these in other books but there is always one or two that I am missing.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Going to the Source: Andrew Barger and Horror Stories 4 settembre 2010
Di Grady Harp - Pubblicato su
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Andrew Barger is rapidly becoming recognized as an authority on scary things. Two of his previous books, 'Edgar Allan Poe Annotated and Illustrated Entire Stories and Poems by Edgar Allan Poe and Andrew Barger', and 'The Best Werewolf Short Stories 1800-1849: A Classic Werewolf Anthology by Andrew Barger', have demonstrated not only his obsession with things frightening but also with his keen sense of research and curatorial gifts. This current volume, THE BEST HORROR SHORT STORIES 1800 - 1849' will likely become a best seller, seeing the public interest continuing to grow for things frightful.

For this volume Barger went beyond his choice of King of the Horror short stories - Edgar Allan Poe, hands down the leader - and combed through some 300 possible entries from around the world. From these entries he selected according to three guiding principles: fear, empathy with the protagonist, and the level of writing. In a very entertaining and informative introduction Barger explains his process and his choices of the final twelve winning short stories. The authors include of course Edgar Allen Poe (4), Nathaniel Hawthorne, ETA Hoffmann, Balzac (2), Dickens, Wilhelm Hauff, Samuel Warren, and George Sloan. Some of these writers may be new to the reader of this anthology and some of the stories will be very well known to most.

What makes this collection (of truly terrifying tales!) so satisfying is the presence of a brief introduction before each story, sharing some comments about the writer and elements of the tale. It is, after all, an annotated version. Barger has once again whetted our appetites for fright, spent countless hours making these twelve stories accessible and available, and has provided in one book the best of the best of horror short stories. it is a winner. Grady Harp, September 10
5.0 su 5 stelle Gothic Readers Book Club Selection 1 luglio 2013
Di Gothic Readers Book Club - Pubblicato su
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Andrew Barger is well-known for his horror anthologies and this is one of the best. He has compiled twelve of the best short stories from the early modern Gothic period. He also includes a wonderful list of the over 300 tales he read for this collection, giving the reader an excellent reference source to continue.

If You Like: Dickens, Poe, Balzac

Gothic Readers Book Club does not receive payment for reviews. All books are promotional copies.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A top to bottom pick for anyone who appreciates where the best of horror came from 11 novembre 2010
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Horror is a young genre as far as literature goes, and it has gone far in its short life. "The Best Horror Short Stories 1800-1849: A Classic Horror Anthology" compiles some of the best early work by the fathers of modern horror such as Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, among other names. These stories branch from the traditional fiction of the time into something a bit more sinister. "The Best Horror Short Stories 1800-1849" is a top to bottom pick for anyone who appreciates where the best of horror came from.

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