5. 0 out of 5 stars" Not all supernatural stories involve ghosts, but every ghost story must be supernatural. " Thus go the words in the Introduction to" The Oxford Book of English Ghost Stories"edited by Michael Cox and R.
A. Gilbert. About the Editor: Michael Cox is the compiler of numerous wellknown anthologies, including the Oxford Books of English Ghost (1986), Victorian Ghost Stories (1991), Victorian Detective Stories (1991), Historical Short Stories (1994), Spy Stories (1996).
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A. Gilbert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Oxford book of English short stories Published: (1998) The Best British short stories of The Norton book of ghost stories Published: (1994) The Oxford book of travel stories Published: (1996) Victorian ghost stories: an Oxford anthology Published: (1991) The Oxford book of English ghost stories Published: (1986) The Oxford Book of English Ghost Stories (with R.
A. Gilbert), 1986. Casting the Runes and Other Ghost Stories (by M. R. James), 1987. Victorian Ghost Stories: An Oxford Anthology (with R. A. Gilbert), 1991 (vt. The Oxford Book of Victorian Ghost Stories, 2003). The Oxford Book of Historical Stories (with Jack Adrian), 1994. Michael Cox is Senior Commissioning Editor, Reference Books, at OUP and is currently compiling The Oxford Chronology of English Literature on a freelance basis.
His previous books include A Dictionary of Writers and Their Works, The Oxford Book of English Ghost Stories, and The Oxford Book ofTwentiethCentury Ghost Stories. R. A. The Oxford Book of TwentiethCentury Ghost Stories has 70 ratings and 10 reviews. Werner said: August 18, 2010Coming from the same publisher (with a jus The Oxford Book of English Ghost Stories, edited by: Michael Cox and, R.
A. Gilbert did have some redeeming stories that brought my rating into the 3 star bracket. This was due to the work of such authors as: Le Fanu, Bram Stoker, Oliver Onions, Arthur Grey, W. Somerset Maugham, Vernon Lee, Henry James, Mary Wilkins, Amelia Edwards, and The Oxford Book of English Ghost Stories by Michael Cox Responding to people's overwhelming attraction to anything frightening, this marvelous anthology of some of the very best English ghost stories combines a serious literary purpose with the intention of arousing a pleasurable fear of the doings of the dead.
The Oxford Book of English Ghost Stories Michael Cox and R. A. Gilbert Oxford Books of Prose& Verse. New contemporary look for a bestselling collection of ghost stories Michael Cox is a publisher and the author of a biography of M. R. James (also available as an Oxford Paperback). He has edited Oxford book of english ghost stories contents insurance selection of James's ghost stories for the World's Classics series.
R. A. Gilbert is a wellknown antiquarian bookseller and an authority on the history of esoteric thought in the nineteenth century. One is the Oxford book of Victorian ghost stories and the other The Oxford Book of English Ghost stories. Edith Nesbit wrote some terrific ghost stories and there are also the Benson brothers A C and E F.