Ellis, Stewart Marsh. Wilkie Collins, Le Fanu, and Others. Books for Libraries Press, 1931.
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|Literary responses||Susan Hill||
Reviewer Everett F. Bleiler called this one of the strongest stories of supernatural horror that I have read in many years, and said it felt like a belated addition to the popular genre of the...
|Publishing||James Malcolm Rymer||
The speed at which bloods were produced at Lloyd 's presses, described by E. F. Bleiler as akin to devils flying back and forth between desk and typecast, did not allow for much external editing—if...
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|Textual Features||James Malcolm Rymer||
The penny dreadful genre borrowed much from the chapbook tradition both in textual production and readership, as well as from the gothic, depicting scenes of violent crime, horror, and the supernatural. E. F. Bleiler ...
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