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by W. Fitzgerald,W. V. Cockburn,Bram Stoker

Download Under the Sunset: Eight Classic Stories (Illustrated Edition): By the Author of Dracula eBook
ISBN:
1434416976
Author:
W. Fitzgerald,W. V. Cockburn,Bram Stoker
Category:
Short Stories & Anthologies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Wildside Press (November 27, 2010)
Pages:
208 pages
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1644 kb
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1273 kb
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Under the Sunset" is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker (author of "Dracula"), first published in 1881. Its significance in the development of fantasy literature was recognized by its republication as part of the Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library series in 1978

Under the Sunset" is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker (author of "Dracula"), first published in 1881. Its significance in the development of fantasy literature was recognized by its republication as part of the Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library series in 1978. Included are: "Under the Sunset," "The Rose Prince," "The Invisible Giant," "The Shadow Builder," "How 7 Went Mad," "Lies and Lilies," "The Castle of the King," and "The Wondrous Child

by Bram Stoker (Author), W Fitzberald (Illustrator), W V Cockburn (Illustrator) & 0 more.

by Bram Stoker (Author), W Fitzberald (Illustrator), W V Cockburn (Illustrator) & 0 more. While Stoker originally wrote this collection of eight short stores for children, I would be reluctant to read most of the stories to anyone under the age of ten. I found the stories themselves to be a rather mixed bag both in terms of theme and quality. The eight stories in this collection are

Under the Sunset book. Under the Sunset" is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker (author of "Dracula"), first published in 1881.

Under the Sunset book. Included are: "Under the Sunset," "The Rose Prince," "The Invisible Giant," "The Shadow Builder," "H "Under the Sunset" is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker (author of "Dracula"), first published in 1881.

was Bram Stoker's first collection of short stories. It is a collection of eight stories for children with 33 illustrations by W. Fitzgerald and W. V. Cockburn. It was first published in the UK in November 1881 by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington, London. The book itself is a 190 page hardcover with a cream colored imitation vellum cover stamped on the spine and front panel in red and gold.

The story was first published in the December 5, 1891, special Christmas issue of the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News weekly magazine. It was later republished in Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories (1914). The short story has since appeared in many anthologies

Under the Sunset is the author’s first book and features eight grim fairy .

Under the Sunset is the author’s first book and features eight grim fairy tales by Bram Stoker who, fifteen years later, would spawn one of the most enduring literary bloodsuckers, Count Dracula. The tales in Stoker’s first book are Under the Sunset, The Rose Prince, The Invisible Giant, The Shadow Builder, How 7 Went Mad, Lies and Lilies, The Castle of the King, and The Wondrous Child. The stories are illustrated with six aquatints and ten wood engravings by W.

eBook features: The complete unabridged text of ‘Dracula’s Guest and Other Weird Stories by Bram Stoker - Delphi Classics (Illustrated)’ Beautifully illustrated with images related to Stoker’s works Individual contents table, allowing easy navigation around the eBook Excellent formatting of the text.

This collection of eight short stories was first published in 1881. Critics now recognise the influence these fairy tales have had in the development of fantasy literature.

LibriVox recording of Under the Sunset by Bram Stoker. Read in English by Sandra Cullum Under the Sunset is a collection of eight amazing fantasy tales from the mind and imagination of the legendary Bram Stoker (Dracula

LibriVox recording of Under the Sunset by Bram Stoker. Read in English by Sandra Cullum Under the Sunset is a collection of eight amazing fantasy tales from the mind and imagination of the legendary Bram Stoker (Dracula. Donor challenge: For only a few more days, your donation will be matched 2-to-1. Triple your impact! To the Internet Archive Community, Time is running out: please help the Internet Archive today. Right now, a generous supporter will match your donation 2-to-1,.

The Illustrated Dracula. Included are: "Under the Sunset," "The Rose Prince," "The Invisible Giant," "The Shadow Builder," "How 7 Went Mad," "Lies and Lilies," "The Castle of the King," and "The Wondrous Child. From AustraliaFormat: PaperbackType: Short StoriesAuthor: Bram Stoker.

"Under the Sunset" is a collection of short stories by Bram Stoker (author of "Dracula"), first published in 1881. Its significance in the development of fantasy literature was recognized by its republication as part of the Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library series in 1978. Included are: "Under the Sunset," "The Rose Prince," "The Invisible Giant," "The Shadow Builder," "How 7 Went Mad," "Lies and Lilies," "The Castle of the King," and "The Wondrous Child." "The Shadow Builder" was adapted to film in 1998 as Shadow Builder.
  • Scoreboard Bleeding
After having read The Castle of the King in a large collection of ghost stories, I just had to check this book out. I'm willing to be that virtually everyone looking into this book is familiar with his more famous work, Dracula. I was more expecting, as the back of the book says, a few tales of terror. That's not what you'll get.

To put it in a nutshell... imagine the guy who wrote Dracula wrote some Fairy Tales as well. It's exactly what you would expect.

The result is a bunch of stories, ranging from the flagrantly biblical (The Rose Prince) to the unbelievably dark (The Shadow Maker, the Castle of the King). The stories tend towards sad rather than frightening, and if you're a normal parent, you might not want to read them to your children.... fortunately for me, I'm not a normal parent. Crazy parents rejoice!
  • lubov
While Stoker originally wrote this collection of eight short stores for children, I would be reluctant to read most of the stories to anyone under the age of ten. I found the stories themselves to be a rather mixed bag both in terms of theme and quality. My favorite by far was "The Invisible Giant."

The eight stories in this collection are:

Under the Sunset
The Rose Prince
The Invisible Giant
The Shadow Builder
How 7 Went Mad
Lies and Lilies
The Castle of the King
The Wondrous Child

While definitely not Stoker's best work, I enjoyed reading it all the same.
  • Anyshoun
It is to short history for the price. I though it was a compilation of a few histories. I am not satisfy.
  • SmEsH
Supposed to be "Under the Sunset" and for 19 pages it is. Then it switches to "The 3 Strangers" a short story by Thomas Hardy. What??? I suggest going to wikipedia and looking up the Under the Sunset page and at the bottom are 2 links to the book and read it online.