by Peter Straub
Hardcover, 746 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $35 |
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Gathers a collection of horror tales from the Edwardian era through the pulp heyday of "Weird Tales."
October 29, 2009 The impulse to scare ourselves has been around for centuries, as American Fantastic Tales, the new two-volume horror anthology from The Library of America, proves. Editor Peter Straub has done a superb job with both his story selections and hyperliterate introductions.
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