Criar um Site Grátis Fantástico
Dover Horror Classics: The Cold Embrace : Weird Stories download DJV, FB2, DOC


In this original anthology, 19 short stories cover nearly a century of speculative fiction by women authors, ranging from Mary Shelley's "Transformation" (1830) to "Where Their Fire Is Not Quenched" (1922) by May Sinclair. Additional contributors include Virginia Woolf, E. Nesbit, Sarah Orne Jewett, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Edith Wharton, Elizabeth Gaskell, and others. Includes an extensive Introduction and Notes on the Authors., This original anthology presents 19 short stories that cover nearly a century of speculative fiction by women authors. Selections range from Mary Shelley's "Transformation" (1830), a pendant to "Frankenstein" in its themes and motifs, to "Where Their Fire Is Not Quenched" (1922) by May Sinclair, a tale of time travel that follows its heroine to Hell and back.Gripping narratives include Virginia Woolf's "A Haunted House," in which a ghostly couple revisit their former home; "A Wedding Chest" by Vernon Lee, a story of romance and revenge that unfolds in Renaissance Italy; and Charlotte Perkins Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper," recounting a woman's psychic possession by the previous occupant of her attic bedroom. Additional tales include E. Nesbit's "From the Dead," "The Eyes" by Edith Wharton, Elizabeth Gaskell's "Curious If True," and many others. Editor S. T. Joshi offers an extensive Introduction as well as notes on each of the authors.

Dover Horror Classics: The Cold Embrace : Weird Stories by S. T. Joshi download MOBI, PDF, TXT

Elizabeth Ashbridge survived an abusive indenture to become a Quaker preacher.From the twenties to the forties she lived and painted at Charleston Farmhouse like a heroine of the sixties and seventies, at the centre of a colourful world of family, friends, artists and intellectuals.The twins of prophecy have been divided--the end has begun.Lerner, T. Brimhall.We're obsessed with weight, we dislike our bodies, we worry about the food we eat, we feel guilty, we diet.Gorgeously spare and brilliantly insightful, "Work Like Any Other" is "a striking debut about love and redemption, the heavy burdens of family and guilt, and learning how to escape them...Virginia Reeves is a major new talent" (Philipp Meyer, "New York Times" bestselling author of "The Son")., LONGLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE In this astonishingly accomplished, morally complicated, "exceptional and starkly beautiful debut" (Kevin Powers, National Book Award-nominated author of "The Yellow Birds"), a prideful electrician in 1920s rural Alabama struggles to overcome past sins and find peace after being sent to prison for manslaughter.Carolyn graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University earning a BFA degree in Communication Arts and Design.The result is an exhilarating tale of nature and its seasons.Contributors include: Montaigne, von Kleist, Leopardi, Poe, Baudelaire, Bierce, Chopin, Stein, Jacob, Woolf, Kafka, J.But its deep logic, its cultural potential, and its societal impact often elude us.