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The Book of Dreams and Ghosts (1897)

- April 10, 2019 in andrew lang, dreams, ghost stories, ghosts, supernatural

Andrew Lang, The Book of Dreams and Ghosts; London ; New York; Bombay: Longmans, Green, 1897. Seventy eight weird happenings are contained in this volume, from a demon strangling Devonian farmers in 1682 to a poltergeist terrorising a contemporary Chinese couple. With it the author Andrew Lang continues his mission to imbue the modern mind […]

Letters to Dead Authors (1886)

- April 24, 2018 in andrew lang, literary criticism, writers, writing

Letters to Dead Authors, by Andrew Lang; 1886;London: Longmans, Green, and co. Letters to Dead Authors contains twenty-two letters written by Andrew Lang (1844–1912) to bards, poets, and novelists from Homer to Rabelais to Austen. An incredibly prolific writer from the Scottish Borders, Lang’s name can be found on 249 books and thousands of newspaper […]

Letters to Dead Authors (1886)

- April 24, 2018 in andrew lang, literary criticism, writers, writing

Twenty-two letters written by Andrew Lang (1844–1912) to bards, poets, and novelists from Homer to Rabelais to Austen.

Books and Bookmen (1886)

- March 3, 2016 in andrew lang, bibliophilia, book collecting, Books

Best known for his work collecting of folk and fairy tales, this is the Scottish writer Andrew Lang's treatise on all things bookish.

Books and Bookmen (1886)

- March 3, 2016 in andrew lang, bibliophilia, book collecting, Books

Best known for his work collecting of folk and fairy tales, this is the Scottish writer Andrew Lang's treatise on all things bookish.