1. "Supernatural Horror in Literature" by H. P. Lovecraft


    'Supernatural Horror in Literature' by H. P. Lovecraft ... I. Introduction The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of ...

  2. Statute of Anne - Wikipedia


    Background. With the introduction of the printing press to England by William Caxton in 1476, printed works became both more common and more economically important.

  3. What's New in the Victorian Web


    April 2018. pril began with your webmaster in London, where he met four of our editors and regular contributors in the first few days. While trying to get over jetlag ...

  4. The Coming Fall of The House of Windsor


    From the Editor The offprint you are holding in your hands comes from an expanded issue of the weekly Executive Intelligence Review, which rushed this special report ...

  5. Anne Rice - Wikipedia


    Anne Rice (born Howard Allen Frances O'Brien; October 4, 1941) is an American author of gothic fiction, Christian literature, and erotica. She is perhaps best known ...

  6. On Being Midwestern - The Hedgehog Review


    The Hedgehog Review: Vol. 19 No. 3 (Fall 2017) On Being Midwestern: The Burden of Normality Phil Christman

  7. The 2017 Reading Challenge – Modern Mrs. Darcy


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  8. Anne Boleyn Portraits – Which is the True Face of Anne ...


    Argument for Holbein’s Sketch. In their article “An old tradition reasserted: Holbein’s portrait of Queen Anne Boleyn”, John Rowlands and David Starkey argue ...

  9. Browse By Author: M - Project Gutenberg


    Maag, Carl R. ¶ Project Trinity, 1945-1946 (English) (as Author) Maartens, Maarten, 1858-1915 ¶ Schwartz, Jozua Marius Willem; My Lady Nobody: A Novel (English) (as ...

  10. The Lollard Society » Bibliography of Primary Sources


    This bibliography includes primary source texts relevant to the literary, historical, cultural, and religious milieu of Lollardy as well as those specifically by and ...