Supernatural Horror in Literature
- The Dawn of the Horror-Tale
- The Early Gothic Novel
- The Apex of Gothic Romance
- The Aftermath of Gothic Fiction
- Spectral Literature on the Continent
- Edgar Allan Poe
- The Weird Tradition in America
- The Weird Tradition in the British Isles
- The Modern Masters
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