So, after temporarily having a human response, Adam decides to instead plumb the mystery of the phantom maid and upon the advice of Mr.
Shadows in the Attic: A Guide to British Supernatural Fiction 1820‐1950
Saltonstall, who suggests asking around the neighbors as Uriah was a very private fellow, he canvases the neighbors. They all suggest that not only was the strange woman never seen to come and go from the house, but some of the neighbors are not sure that Uriah Garrison ever died, owing to his fascination with witchcraft and the occult. It at this point that Adam reviews his inherited library — shocking not the same list of books from earlier stories, but a collection more more traditional works like the Malleus Maleficarum and Fuga Satanae. Adam, who by all accounts is an idiot, dismisses her concerns as her womanly irrationality.
Repeat a couple times until Rhoda arrives and begs for Adam to leave the house which, or reasons he cannot it explain, he refuses.
The house burns down, destroying everything within. Yeah, maybe.
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We are told that Arkham is expanding out along the Aylesbury Pike, but our narrator goes nowhere save the old Garrison House, so we get nothing really of Arkham. Saltonstall does appear, old-fashioned starched collars and all, in Arkham Unveiled as E. Saltonstall Esq. She was far too sensible and entertaining to be forgotten. This is not a point worthy of discussion or debate. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Ben Curtis hates the house and wants Anna to give up the renovation plan and get a real job. Sort order. May 27, Jordan West rated it really liked it Shelves: library , read-in , strange-stories-and-weird-fiction. A solid, if somewhat basic, reference guide to the first years of weird fiction from the UK. Also, it devotes a number of entries to the most marginal of figures or the limited supernatural outputs A solid, if somewhat basic, reference guide to the first years of weird fiction from the UK.
Also, it devotes a number of entries to the most marginal of figures or the limited supernatural outputs of established writers like Forster or Maugham while some notable names go unmentioned.
So, while far from definitive, it is still a hefty, well-intentioned source of information on its subject with a few surprises for even the most well-read reader; one might only hope that a revised, more readily-available edition shall someday appear. View all 4 comments.
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