By S. T. Joshi
This anthology provides a finished image of Dunsany’s distinct paintings and his contribution to fable fiction and international literature. creating a case for the ongoing learn of this overlooked yet highly influential author,Critical Essays on Lord Dunsany will be of significant curiosity to lovers of Dunsany’s paintings in addition to scholars and students of myth, horror, the supernatural, and Irish literature.
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Critical Essays on Lord Dunsany (Studies in Supernatural Literature) by S. T. Joshi