Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Edgar Allan Poe, Harry Clarke

This gorgeous anthology features 29 of Edgar Allan Poe’s tales of the fantastic and the macabre. It combines some of his most popular stories — including “The Fall of the House of Usher” and “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” — with lesser-known gems. Illustrated with 8 full-color plates and 24 full-page drawings filled with brooding eroticism by Harry Clarke, a brilliant Edwardian-era artist too long overshadowed by his contemporary Aubrey Beardsley.

status InCopy #2 (7351): in
genre Horror
publisher Fall River Press
publish date 2009
popularity checked out 1 time(s)

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