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'Tales of Mystery and Imagination - Edgar Allan Poe'

This gorgeous anthology features 29 of Edgar Allan Poe's tales of the fantastic and the macabre. It combines some of his most popular stories — including "The Fall of the House of Usher" and "The Murders in the Rue Morgue" — with lesser-known gems. Illustrated with 8 full-color plates and 24 full-page drawings filled with brooding eroticism by Harry Clarke, a brilliant Edwardian-era artist too long overshadowed by his contemporary Aubrey Beardsley. A Calla Editions Facsimile, originally published by Tudor Publishing, New York, 1933.

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Hardback, 480 pages, 8 full colour plates, 24 illustrations, 8 x 10.5"