"Eileen has gone missing while hiking in the remote Ashlough Forest.
Author: Darcy Coates
"Eileen has gone missing while hiking in the remote Ashlough Forest. Five days later, her camera is discovered washed downriver, containing bizarre photos taken after her disappearance. Eileen's brother Chris wants to believe she is still alive. When the police search is abandoned, he and four of his friends create their own search party to scour the mountain range. As they stray further from the hiking trails and the unsettling discoveries mount, they begin to believe they're not alone in the forest... and that Eileen's disappearance wasn't an accident. But by that point, it's already too late.."--
Written By. February 2002. http://www.wga.org/WrittenBy/0202/levitt.html.
accessed March 2005. Verity, A. W. 1886. The Influence of Christopher Marlowe
on Sha/eespeare's Earlier Style. Folcroft PA: The Folcroft Press, Inc. Webster,
Author: Daryl Pinksen
"Grand Prize Winner " 17th Annual Writer's Digest International Self-Published Book Awards. "Bronze Medallist, Best Regional Non-fiction, Canada (East)" 2008 Independent Publisher Book Awards "A worthy take on the fascinating debate over Shakespeare's true identity." Kirkus Discoveries Review "Marlowe's Ghost is not the first to make these claims, but it makes a strong case." Foreword, Clarion Review "[Pinksen's] arguments are precise, thorough, and compelling." Anthony Flacco, author of USA Book News "Best Books Award Winner" The Road Out of Hell. "A fascinating blend of solid writing and meticulously constructed arguments." Zach Petit, Managing Editor, Writer's Digest "Pinksen's book is a dangerous dose of delight." Mike Rubbo, Director, Much Ado About Something (2002) "A highly readable story, full of interesting unusual insights." Roger Hards, Editor, The Marlowe Society Newsletter "On the morning of May 30, 1593, Christopher Marlowe met with three associates in the English intelligence network. Later that evening the Queen's coroner was summoned to their meeting place. A body lay on the floor. After an inquest, the dead man was taken to a nearby churchyard busy at the time receiving victims of the plague. According to the official report, England's foremost playwright was interred without fanfare or marker. Soon, plays attributed to William Shakespeare began to appear on the London stage, plays so undeniably similar to Marlowe's that noted scholars have since declared that Shakespeare wrote as if he had been Marlowe's apprentice. Marlowe's Ghost: The Blacklisting of the Man Who Was Shakespeare explores the possibility that persecution of a writer who dared to question authority may have led to the greatest literary cover-up of all time." MarlowesGhost
"Sam is excited to spend a week at her uncle's remote lakeside cabin.
Author: Darcy Coates
"Sam is excited to spend a week at her uncle's remote lakeside cabin. It's a chance for her to focus on her art without distractions: no neighbors, no phone, and a small radio as her only contact with the outside world. But there's something deeply unnatural lingering in the lake. News reports talk about disappearances on a nearby hiking trail. The car won't start. And Sam starts to believe she's being stalked when she catches glimpses of a tall, strange man standing at the end of her dock, staring intently into the swirling waters below. Stranded, alone, afraid, Sam may have become the prey in a hunter's deadliest game..."--
Ghosts and Family Legends: A Volume for Christmas. London: Newby, 1859. .
The Night Side of Nature; or, Ghosts and Ghost Seers. 2 vols. Folcroft, Pa.; Folcroft Library Edition, 1976. . Spiritualism and the Age We Live In. London:
Author: Vanessa D. Dickerson
Publisher: University of Missouri Press
Category: Literary Criticism
An interesting rereading of familiar texts by Emily and Charlotte Bronte, Elizabeth Gaskell, and George Eliot recovering the historical and literary roots of the supernatural as it appears in each women's work. Dickerson (English, Rhodes College) makes interesting observations about women's changing roles in the 19th century when scientific advancements relegated women to the home as arbiters of the spiritual while men occupied themselves with "rational" invention. Through close readings, she demonstrates how the Brontes, Gaskell, and Eliot resisted this division and, simultaneously, created a spiritual genre of writing traditionally denigrated by critics. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
"When a guard discovers an unusual lifeform on her remote moon outpost, she disregards protocol to investigate, with catastrophic consequences.
Author: Darcy Coates
When a guard discovers an unusual lifeform on her remote moon outpost, she disregards protocol to investigate, with catastrophic consequences. The parasitic alien wears its victims' skins and adopts their personalities. It's a perfect disguise, and allows the creature to spread without being detected. By the time humanity realizes it's facing extinction, a third of its space stations have already gone dark.As the alien's ruthless progress collapses communication networks, wipes out defenses, and leaves hundreds of stations to fend for themselves, a handful of remarkable individuals must find a way to battle the greatest threat the universe has ever encountered...or die trying.
Folcroft, Pa.: Folcroft Library Editions, 1973 [c. 1903]. White, Lynn Townsend.
Medieval Religion and Technology: Collected Essays. Berkeley: University of
California Press, 1978. WilsonJones, Mark. “Doric Measure and Architectural
Design 1: ...
Author: Toby Lester
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Journalist and storyteller Toby Lester brings Vitruvian Man to life, resurrecting the ghost of an unknown Leonardo. Populated by a colorful cast of characters, including Brunelleschi of the famous Dome, "Da Vinci's Ghost" opens up a surprising window onto the artist and philosopher himself and the tumultuous intellectual and cultural transformations he bridged.
HORROR , GHOST AND GOTHIC PUBLICATIONS Short Stories Other Rummy :
The Noble Game , with Robert Gibbings . ... Bibliography : The Writings of A . E .
Coppard by Jacob Schwartz , 1931 , 1975 , Folcroft , Pennsylvania , Folcroft ...
Author: St James Press
Publisher: St James Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Provides background information and a critical evaluation of authors of horror, ghost and gothic fiction, and lists each author's works in these fields and in other genres.
... like Arthur Machen, M.R.James, and Algernon Blackwood, asignificant
proportionofdelaMare's talescould be describedas ghost stories, but, as
withJames,we can neverbe entirely ... Walter delaMare: An Exploration, London: Folcroft, 1973.
Author: Andrew Maunder
Publisher: Infobase Learning
Category: LITERARY CRITICISM
Provides a comprehensive reference to short fiction from Great Britain, Ireland, and the British Commonwealth, featuring some of the most popular writers and works.
Author: R.R. Bowker Company. Department of BibliographyPublish On: 1978
Montaigne and Shakespeare, and other essays on cognate questions. [Folcroft,
Pa.] Folcroft Library Editions, 1973. vii, 358 p. ... 822.3'3 1859- The ghosts in
Shakespeare; a study of the occultism in the Shakespeare plays, by L. W. Rogers
Author: R.R. Bowker Company. Department of Bibliography
( A The girls who talked to ghosts : the story Quest book ) Bibliography : P. 403-
404 . MULHOLLAND , John , 1898 ... 3 . Title . The Alcotts in Harvard / by Annie
M. L. parapsychology / edited by Jan Ludwig . Clark . Folcroft , Pa .: Spiritualism .
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Press
Although she is mainly remembered today for her major works - The House of Mirth(1905), The Custom of the Country (1913), Ethan Frome (1911) and The Age of Innocence (1920) - Edith Wharton was the writer of many other novels, short stories and travel books, as well as a perceptive judge of contemporary art and literature. Recent years have seen a renewal of critical attention to her oeuvre.
... as distorted forms of the archetypal wise old man and great mother ; Ophelia is
the anima , Claudius the dark shadow and the ghost the persona . ... See
Shakespeare ' s Melancholics ( 1920 ; Folcroft , Pa : The Folcroft Press , 1969 ) , p
Author: Mark Thornton Burnett
Publisher: Ams PressInc
Category: Literary Collections
The 17 essays in this collection reflect the plurality of discourse on Hamlet that has characterised criticism from the English Renaissance to the present. They examine the play from a variety of perspectives, including Jungian archetypes and sacrificial themes.