Demons of the Night: Tales of the Fantastic, Madness, and the Supernatural from Nineteenth-Century France Horror Book Review
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With its aura of the uncanny and the supernatural, this is a gathering, for the first time in English, of the best 19th century French fantastic tales—the perfect vehicle for exploring forbidden themes and the dark, irrational side of the human psyche. By such authors as Balzac, Dumas, Verne, Nodier, Merimee, Gautier,Schwob, Nerval, l’Isle-Adam, and Maupassant.
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