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The Three Impostors by Arthur Machen
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The Three Impostors (1895)

by Arthur Machen

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Of all Arthur Machen's work,this,for me is the very best. The construction is unusual to say the least,because encased in the body of the novel are several stand-alone classic horror stories,of which two are quite famous. These are 'The Novel of the Black Seal' and ' The Novel of the White Powder'. These often appear in anthologies of Ghost & Horror stories,but to get the full atmosphere of terror you really should try to read the full text of 'The Three Imposters'. ( )
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In the daytime, the world is very ordinary. Yet walk the same streets after the din of traffic has ebbed away and listen to your footsteps on the midnight pavements. Then sense the darker forces here at work and hear the hiss of hell at your shoulder.

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