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Thanks. MHHutchins

Alfred Hitchcock Presents Stories To Be Read with the Door Locked

I guess you're leaving the site, if so, good luck on your further endeavors. Anyway, I added an image and some notes to this book. Again, good luck. MLB 08:38, 19 July 2016 (UTC)

Question about "The Mysterious Stranger"

In an anthology you verified, The Penguin Book of Vampire Stories, there's a story called "The Mysterious Stranger" which has the date in the database of 1823. Now, the editor of Dracula's Precursors says that this story was "originally published in German in 1823 and translated into English soon after" and Michael Sims, editor of Dracula's Guest, says it was first published in English in 1860. If this is true, then the story should have the date of 1860 in the database (and should be merged with this record). By the way, according to Douglas A. Anderson, this story is a translation of Karl von Wachsmann's "Der Fremde", whose earliest known publication date is 1844, but that doesn't affect the question of its earliest publication in English.

Anyhow, my point is, could you take a look at Vampire Stories and see if it gives any reason to think this story was published in English earlier than 1860? After I collect replies from other verifiers, I'll either merge these records or not. Thanks! --Vasha 18:54, 3 March 2017 (UTC)

Vasha, you should read the note at the top of this page. Mike does not look here anymore. Chavey 23:59, 21 April 2017 (UTC)

2020 Vision (1980 edition)

Changes: Made page numbers consistently be for the introductions to the stories rather than the start of the stories, and added a note about that; capitalization fix and moving external identifiers. --Vasha 12:54, 4 July 2017 (EDT)

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