Publication: The Guide to Supernatural Fiction

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  • Publication: The Guide to Supernatural Fiction Publication Record # 230061
  • Authors: Everett F. Bleiler
  • Date: 1983-00-00
  • ISBN: 0-87338-288-9 [978-0-87338-288-5]
  • Publisher: Kent State University Press
  • Price: $55.00
  • Pages: xii+723
  • Binding: hc
  • Type: NONFICTION
  • Title Reference: The Guide to Supernatural Fiction
  • Notes: LCCN: 82-25477. OCLC: 9254209. The review for The Desire of the Eyes and Other Stories lists the title as "The Desire of the Eyes" The review for The Talking Horse lists the title as "The Talking Horse and Other Tales" The review for Humour & Fantasy lists the title as "Humour and Fantasy" The review for My Grimmest Nightmare credits the editor as Lady Cynthia Asquith. The reviews of Balzac refer to the books by their volume number in the series The First Complete Translations Into English of Honoré de Balzac in Twenty-Five Volumes. The review for The Place of Dreams: Four Stories credits the author as William Francis Barry. The review for Beresford's Signs & Wonders gives the title as "Signs and Wonders". The review of The Wolves of God and Other Fey Stories gives the title as "Other Fey Tales". The review of Pleasant Dreams—Nightmares gives the title as simply "Pleasant Dreams". The review of Bloch and Bradbury stated the anthology is anonymously edited. The review of Phantasmion lists the title as "Phantasmion, Prince of Palmland." The review of Crimes, Creeps and Thrills states that it was anonymously edited. The review of The Undesired Princess gives the title as "The Undesired Princess and Mr. Arson". The review of The Best Supernatural Tales of Arthur Conan Doyle is listed as "The Best Supernatural Stories ...". The review of Entombed in Flesh gives the author as M.H. Dwiewicki. Lanoe Falconer's name is given as "Lanoë Falconer" The review of Sorcerer's Chessmen lists the title as "Sorcerer's Apprentice". The review of Ghosts: Being the Experiences of Flaxman Low list the authors under their pseudonym "E. and H. Heron" The review of Hitchcock's Bar the Doors gives the subtitle as "Terror Tales". The review of Jepson's No. 19 gives the title as "Number Nineteen". The review of MacLeod's The Washer of the Ford and Other Legendary Moralities gives the title as "The Washer of the Ford and Other Celtic Moralities". The review of O'Donnell's The Sorcery Club gives the title as "The Sorcery Shop".
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