Adrift on the Haunted Seas: The Best Short Stories of William Hope Hodgson Paperback – 18 Oct 2005
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Douglas Anderson is one of the world's best known and most respected fantasy scholars and anthologists.
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William Hope Hodgson was THE inspiration for HP Lovecraft, therefore mark Hodgson as your cosmological horror Granddaddy of writers.
Buy this book and be blown away.
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This collection includes the following stories and poems of Hodgson:
"On the Bridge"
"The Voice in the Night"
"Grey Seas are Dreaming of My Death" (verse)
"Out of the Storm"
"The Voice in the Dawn"
"The Haunted Jarvee"
"From the Tideless Sea (First Part and Second Part)"
"The Wild Man of the Sea"
"The Place of Storms" (verse)
"The Haunted Pampero"
"An Adventure of the Deep Waters"
"Demons of the Sea"
"Through the Vortex of a Cyclone"
"The Finding of the Graiken"
"A Tropical Horror"
"Thou Living Sea" (verse)
"The Mystery of the Derelict"
"The Stone Ship"
"The Shamraken Homeward-Bounder"
These stories are very well written and interesting and will appeal to all those who enjoy the weird element and eerie description of the strange and supernatural and sea-faring lore.
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