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|←Author Index: Ma||Arthur Machen
|Angels of Mons. — Excerpted from Arthur Machen on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Welsh author and mystic of the 1890s and early 20th century. Best known for his influential supernatural, fantasy, and horror fiction. His novella The Great God Pan (1890; 1894) has garnered a reputation as a classic of horror. He is also well known for his leading role in creating the legend of the|
Works are listed here with their publication dates; in some cases, the date of composition varies considerably.
- The Great God Pan (1894)
- The Inmost Light (1894)
- The Shining Pyramid (1895)
- The Three Impostors (1895) — A novel incorporating several short stories:
- The Red Hand (1895)
- The White People (1904)
- A Fragment of Life (1904)
- The Hill of Dreams (1907) (frontispiece by Sidney Herbert Sime)
- The Great Return (1915)
- The Terror (1917)
- The Secret Glory (1922)
- Far Off Things (1922) — First volume of autobiography.
- Things Near and Far (1923) — Second volume of autobiography.
- The Shining Pyramid (collection) (1923), edited by
- The London Adventure (1924) — Third and final volume of autobiography.
- Ornaments in Jade (1924)
- The Green Round (1933)
- The Children of the Pool (1936)
Individual short works
Works about Machen