7 edition of The Cold Embrace and Other Classic Ghost Stories found in the catalog.
November 1, 2005
by Frontlist Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||260|
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A new collection of classic ghost stories, some well known and some long forgotten, by the masters of the genre. The Judge's House - Bram Stoker The Cold Embrace - Mary Braddon The Body-Snatcher - Robert Louis Stevenson The North Mail - Amelia Edwards Mary Burnet - James Hogg The Tapestried Chamber - Walter Scott The Romance Of Certain Old Clothes - Henry James The Signal-Man - Charles Dickens.
The Cold Embrace and Other Ghost Stories book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Amongst Miss Braddon's prodigious output we /5. The Cold Embrace: And Other Ghost Stories Limited Edition Lovers of classic Victorian ghost stories will not want to miss this collection.
The introduction by Richard Dalby gives a good, concise overview of Mrs. Braddon's life and work. Read more. 2 people found this helpful.5/5(2). The stories are arranged chronologically from to There are ghosts that come to say farewell, ghosts that give warnings, a ghost in the form of a sinister shadow, ghostly hunters, a coach full of ghosts, an island of ghosts, a particularly oppressive ghost that is "a hideous indistinctness," and a ghost that turns out to be all too human.5/5.
The Cold Embrace book. Read 24 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. I really enjoyed this classic horror tale of lost love and revenge of the dead. A young artist travels to Italy, away from his betrothed cousin Getrude (the ring he gives her is a great detail).
I am finishing my year of reading with ghost stories by /5. The Cold Embrace by Braddon, Mary Elizabeth. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Cold Embrace: and Other Ghost Stories by Braddon, M E - AbeBooks.
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You can examine and separate out names. Title Date Author/Editor Publisher/Pub. Series ISBN/Catalog ID Price Pages Format Type Cover Artist Verif; All the Year Round, Summer ed.
Editors of All the Year Round. "At Chrighton Abbey" is a Christmas ghost story; "The Cold Embrace: is the story of a proud art student pursued by the ghost of a lover he scorned; "The Shadow in the Corner: uses rationalism to try to explain away a ghostly presence, with no success; "Good Lady Ducayne" is Braddon's updated reworking of the vampire myth, using Victorian-era.
Buy The Cold Embrace and Other Classic Ghost Stories by Bram Stoker, Mary Elizabeth Braddon from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones. MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON () was one of the most prolific and popular authors of her day. She was responsible for no less than 80 novels, 9 plays, and dozens (perhaps hundreds) of short stories and articles, many of which were published pseudonymously in cheap and sensational magazine.
Today Mary Elizabeth Braddon is remembered among fans of weird fiction for her classic horror and ghost. The Virago Book of Ghost Stories: The Twentieth Century Volume I (Contributor) 70 copies, 3 reviews; Twisted Little Tales of Torment (Contributor) 53 copies, 1 review; The Cold Embrace: Weird Stories by Women (Contributor) 11 copies, 2 reviews; A circle of witches: an anthology of Victorian witchcraft stories (Contributor) 8 copies.
Excellent short stories let down by poor narration Cheerful narration almost ruins a fantastic ghost story in "The Cold Embrace". Other stories have laughably bad accents, specifically "A Respectable Woman".
1 person found this helpful. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm. Contents: At Chrighton Abbey --The cold embrace --The shadow in the corner --Good Lady Ducayne --Eveline's Title.
It combines stories from previous anthologies, including The Virago Book of Ghost Stories: The Twentieth Century (2 vols., and ) and The Virago Book of Victorian Ghost Stories (). Dalby edited many collections of women’s ghost stories, but many are sadly now out of print.
Ralph the Bailiff and Other Stories, London: Ward, Lock and Tyler,  ( version) ‘Captain Thomas’, ‘The Cold Embrace’, ‘My Daughters’, ‘The Mystery of Fernwood’, ‘Samuel Lowgood’s Revenge’, ‘The Lawyer’s Secret’, ‘My First Happy Christmas’, ‘Lost and Found’, ‘Eveline’s Visitant: A Ghost Story’, ‘Found in the Muniment Chest’, ‘How I.
A terrifying collection of classic Victorian short stories about ghosts, werewolves and vampires. _xD__xD_1. The Wolf Book by Henry Chapman Mercer_xD_2.
Number Ninety by B. Croker_xD_3. Ken’s Mystery by Julian Hawthorne_xD_4. The Piano Next Door by Elia W. Peattie_xD_5. The White Wolf of the Hartz Mountains by Frederick Marryat_xD_6. Ghost stories were especially popular and Mary Elizabeth Braddon’s Eveline’s Visitant is a part of English literature that we can certainly savor.
Women writers at the time brought a special atmosphere of evil and fear, and Braddon is among the best of them. Shop for Books at and browse categories like Young Adult Books, Children's Books, Mystery Books, Adult Coloring Books and Cook Books.
Save money. Live better. Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme brought to you by That Artsy Reader Girl. It was previously hosted at The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is: Halloween Freebie! So, I've chosen my Favourite Ghost Stories.
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R.Some other great supernatural tales for Valentine’s day include “The Story of Salome” by Amelia B. Edwards (The Best Ghost Stories Ever Told), “The Shell of Sense” by Olivia Howard Dunbar (The Big Book of Ghost Stories), “The Cold Embrace” by Mary Elizabeth Braddon (The Penguin Book of Ghost Stories), and “Morella” by Edgar.This collection comprises another 40 stories by and inspired by the originators of weird fiction.
From White's seminal body-shocker, Lukundoo, through to Howard's dastardly Pigeons from Hell, and Benson's nightmarish The Room in The immemorial; worlds unimaginable.