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Author: Mairtin O'Griofa,Marlene Ekman
ISBN: 0806908688
Pages: 144 pages
Publisher: Sterling Pub Co Inc (October 1, 1997)
Language: English
Category: Genre Fiction
Size ePUB: 1738 kb
Size Fb2: 1818 kb
Size DJVU: 1481 kb
Rating: 4.8
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e-Book Celtic Tales of Terror epub download

by Mairtin O'Griofa,Marlene Ekman



Celtic Tales of Terror. A bit of my negative reaction to this book is on me. When I saw "Celtic Tales of Terror" I thought it would be ancient folklore.

Celtic Tales of Terror. A rich mix of the eerie and the amusing make up the 10 selections in O'Griofa's collection. gives background on the Celtic authors in the opening remarks. Among them are W. B. Yeats, George Moore, and Charlotte Riddell. Apparently I, at no point, thought to look at the table of contents to see that there's one story that's traditional, not Celtic, and the rest are 19th century.

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Celtic Tales of Terror" (1997), one of several Irish-themed works for Sterling Publishing (written as Mairtin O'Griofa), that came out after Greif's death

Celtic Tales of Terror" (1997), one of several Irish-themed works for Sterling Publishing (written as Mairtin O'Griofa), that came out after Greif's death Martin Greif and Larry Grow spent their latter years in Ballinadee, County Cork, Ireland, where they set up Orchard Hill Press in a deal with Sterling Publishing of NYC. Greif's last works were several books on chess and puzzles, and I. .

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Here is a the tale of Wicked Lord Soulis, which I told to a packed out Crane Bar on 20th September. The things that happened were so shocking and.

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Features ten Irish works of horror by authors such as Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, George Moore, Thomas Crofton Croker, W.B. Yeats, Daniel Corkery, William Carleton, and Charlotte Riddell