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by Peter Haining
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Gothic tales of terror. Gothic tales of terror. Literary Criticism, Fiction, General, Horror tales. Baltimore, Md. : Penguin Books. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on April 30, 2012.
Published by Penguin Books Ltd (1973). ISBN 10: 0140037195 ISBN 13: 9780140037197.
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Author: Peter Haining. Publisher: London, Gollancz, 1972. All Authors, Contributors: Peter Haining. Find more information about: Peter Haining. ISBN: 057501038X 9780575010383.
Gothic Tales of Terror (1972), in two hefty volumes, reprinted a treasure-chest of forgotten . At a conservative estimate Peter Haining produced well over 150 books – anthologies for the most part, but also books on the occult and supernatural, as well as ancient mysteries.
Gothic Tales of Terror (1972), in two hefty volumes, reprinted a treasure-chest of forgotten stories from roughly the Regency period to the Victorians. The era of the "Penny Blood" (the 1840s to the 1880s) brought forth The Penny Dreadful, or Strange, Horrid and Sensational Tales (1975), with quite a few strange, horrid and sensational titles such as "The Last Batch of Pies" (a tale of Sweeney Todd) and "The Arena of Blood".