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by Hugh Charles Clifford
The further side of silence. The further side of silence. by. Clifford, Hugh Charles, Sir, 1866-1941.
The further side of silence. Garden City : Doubleday.
Clifford, Hugh Charles, Sir. The stories composing this book reproduce conditions of life as they existed in the Malayan Peninsula between 1883-1903. cf. Pref The further side of silence - The were-tiger - The experiences of R. .ja Haji Hamid - Droit du seigneur - In the valley of the Tĕlom - The inner apartment - The ghoul - A Malayan prison - He of the hair face - The flight of Chėp, the bird - A daughter of the Muhammadans - The lone-hand raid of Ku̇lop Su̇mbing -. The flight of the jungle-folk - One who had eaten my rice - At a Malayan court - The ȧmok of Dȧto'.
Clifford, Hugh Charles, Sir, 1866-1941 About this Item: 11864CLIFFORD, SIR HUGH 1927 THE FURTHER SIDE OF SILENCE 407 PP HARDCOVER ILLUSTRATED BY MAHLON.
Clifford, Hugh Charles, Sir, 1866-1941. Published by Pranava Books (2019). As this print on demand book is reprinted from a very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. About this Item: 11864CLIFFORD, SIR HUGH 1927 THE FURTHER SIDE OF SILENCE 407 PP HARDCOVER ILLUSTRATED BY MAHLON BLAINE GOOD CONDITION (BS-257).
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Series: Short Story Index Reprint Series. Hardcover: 352 pages. Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (June 1, 1970).
Both sides against the middle. A weekend to remember
Both sides against the middle. A weekend to remember. Something for nothing. In this, my fourth volume of stories, I have attempted two very short examples of the genre: ‘The Letter’ and ‘Love at First Sight’. But first, ‘Death Speaks’: DEATH SPEAKS. Mr Lennox then proceeded to take Harry through a series of questions, which ended up making his client sound like a cross between Jack the Ripper and Dr Crippen. Mr Lennox finally said, ‘No more questions, m’lud,’ and sat down with a smug expression on his face. Mr Justice Fairborough looked down at Sir Toby and asked, ‘Do you have any questions for this witness?’
Hugh Charles Clifford. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
Hugh Charles Clifford. The Further Side of Silence (1916).
The Book" is an unfinished short story by American horror fiction writer H. P. Lovecraft, believed to have been written in late 1933. It was first published in the journal Leaves in 1938, after Lovecraft's death. In the story fragment, the narrator is given an ancient book by a strange bookseller, and when he takes it home and examines it, weird and sinister events ensue.
In a short biography the reader must expect short statements, rather than .
In a short biography the reader must expect short statements, rather than detailed arguments, and in a popular tale he will not look for embattled lists of authorities. but because they are the mark and index of certain matters dependent upon fixed times, to be ignorant of which is most inconvenient to our people -to wit, fairs and so on. Since which time St. Hugh has not been cast out of the Calendar, but is in for ever.