Supernatural Short Stories

Supernatural Short Stories[Read] ➫ Supernatural Short Stories By Charles Dickens – Bluevapours.co.uk The only single volume edition in print of Dickens's tales of the supernatural enriched with pictures and additional material on his life and worksCharles Dickens wrote a number of supernatural and ho The only single volume edition in print of Dickens's tales of the supernatural enriched with pictures and additional material on his life and worksCharles Dickens wrote a number of supernatural and horror stories some of which were included in his longer works while others were published in magazines This collection gathers them together in one volume providing an invaluable insight into the author's storytelling apprenticeship and Supernatural Short Kindle - his steady growth towards excellence As well as offering a further dimension to the world of his better known masterpieces these tales from A Madman's Manuscript to The Story of the Goblins Who Stole a Sexton to the celebrated The Signalman illustrate Dickens's well known love of a spooky story told around a blazing fire the pastime of a bygone age to be rediscovered for our own delight.

George Orwell and G K Chesterton—for its realism comedy prose style uniue characterisations and social criticism On the other hand Oscar Wilde Henry James and Virginia Woolf complained of a lack of psychological depth loose writing and a vein of saccharine sentimentalism The term Dickensian is used to describe something that is reminiscent of Dickens and his writings such as poor social conditions or comically repulsive Supernatural Short Kindle - charactersOn June Dickens suffered another stroke at his home after a full day's work on Edwin Drood He never regained consciousness and the next day he died at Gad's Hill Place Contrary to his wish to be buried at Rochester Cathedral in an inexpensive unostentatious and strictly private manner he was laid to rest in the Poets' Corner of Westminster Abbey A printed epitaph circulated at the time of the funeral reads To the Memory of Charles Dickens England's most popular author who died at his residence Higham near Rochester Kent June aged years He was a sympathiser with the poor the suffering and the oppressed; and by his death one of England's greatest writers is lost to the world His last words were On the ground in response to his sister in law Georgina's reuest that he lie downfrom Wikipedia.

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  • Paperback
  • 173 pages
  • Supernatural Short Stories
  • Charles Dickens
  • English
  • 01 July 2014
  • 9781847492272

10 thoughts on “Supernatural Short Stories

  1. Zoey Emma says:

    I have a genuine appreciation for Dickens He was and to this day remains an excellent story teller His stories have captured the imagination of people from varying backgrounds and ages since his words first went into print Having said this this book was a struggle I enjoyed it to an extent but as it always is in my case the supernatural themes were only tolerated I've always struggled to read ghost stories etc so it came as no surprise that I struggled with this I gave it a go though and I'm glad I did3 out of 5 stars

  2. Vishal says:

    I'm in holiday in the UK at the moment Scotland to be precise and this makes good reading when the world is wet and windy outside and the stories within the pages chill you even further to the bone Not typical Dickens you might think but A Christmas Carol one of his most influential works to me contained that moralistic supernatural tone that can be found in this book

  3. Nikhil Reddy says:

    Only for people who like Charles Dickens style of expressing things

  4. Lorraine says:

    Creepy weird exactly what you'd expect from short stories from Dickens that have supernatural elements Some are ghost stories some are hauntings some are other worldly creatures Like most short stories you get dropped into the middle of a tale and have very little introductory time before the plot has taken over Setting is usually provided character background rarely I never uite understood why the brother and sister choose to live in the unkept haunted house for example No explanations are ever given for the supernaturals no attempt at rationalizing or anything You accept it or you have to if you want to accept the story Good for a windy winter night or Halloween if you're looking for some classic hair tingling

  5. Jessica Turner says:

    I never knew he wrote this book until I found it by accident in my local library when we could browse and no virus thing was around

  6. Nikos Dunno says:

    Very dissapointed with this collection of short stories I had high expectations based on the fact that I enjoy Dickens' writing tremendously but even though the writing was as elouent and gripping as expected most stories lacked in imagination I would have rated it worse had it not been for the last tale which was the only one that felt adeuately combine the supernatural element with an interesting plot and a fiting end

  7. Jyothi Menon says:

    A compilation of supernaturalghost stories written by the one and only C Dickens as part of his many classics as well as some individual stories Outstanding He could have ventured into this niche writing too as he could create wonderful mysteries but I guess the wider approach to human life was what won and we have the privilege of reading the books which brought out the human condition in the most impressive and soul touching way possible

  8. Jeff Hobbs says:

    Read so farA madman's manuscript The bagman's story The story of the goblins who stole a sexton The story of the bagman's uncle 2The Baron of Grogzwig A confession found in a prison in the time of Charles the Second To be read at dusk 2The ghost in the bride's chamber To be taken with a grain of salt 3No 1 branch line the signalman 3

  9. Mitsu says:

    Could barely keep my eyes open Once you've read Stephen King these stories really aren't going to scare you are they Some of them felt a bit half hearted and predictableboring even Most I had to read several times as couldn't work out what was going on or my mind had started drifting and I was thinking about dinner Disappointing

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