Charles Dickens (et al.): The Haunted House (eBook)


On Christmas Eve the narrator and his sister invite a party of friends to stay in a purportedly haunted manor house to investigate the supernatural. He and his friends tell seven stories about their spooky experiences, including typical Victorian themes like nostalgia, longing, erotic attraction and loss.


  •     Author: Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, Elizabeth Gaskell, Adelaide Anne Procter, George Augustus Sala, Sarah Smith
  •     Title: The Haunted House
  •     Specials: Complete and unabridged
  •     Edition: ApeBook Classics (ABC, No. 0029)
  •     Series: Victorian Writers
  •     Language: English
  •     Format: eBook (epub)
  •     Pages: ca. 170
  •     ISBN-13: 978-3-96130-102-7

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The famous French writer Alexandre Dumas (the Elder) published The Count of Monte Christo between 1844 and 1846 as a continuation novel in the journal Le Journal des débats. The story immediately gained an enormous success and is still today one of the most famous works of French literature, together with The Three Musketeers, (also by Dumas) or Le Miserábles and The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Victor Hugo.

The story of the young, ambitious and happily engaged naval officer Edmond Dantès, who falls victim to a conspiracy, dates from the time after the French Revolution in the years 1814 to 1838, that is, during a period of immense changes in France. Napoleon’s power has passed, the restoration under the kings of Louis XVIII. and Karl X. has taken place, and by the Revolution of 1830 the „citizen king“ Louis-Philippe I is enthroned.

The adventure classic is presented here in the editing of Max Pannwitz. This edition is decorated with illustrations by Fritz Bergen (1857-1941).

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