Algernon Blackwood: A Bio-Bibliography

Hardcover | October 1, 1987

byMichael Ashley

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This reference represents the most complete and detailed examination of Blackwood to date. Preceding the bibliography is a foreword by Ramsey Campbell, an introduction, a user's guide, and a short but detailed biography revealing much new material about Blackwood's life, and a chronology of dates. The bibliography is divided into four parts: works by Blackwood, adaptations of his work by others, works about Blackwood, and source indices. The listing of Blackwood's works begins with books, and then goes on to short and serial fiction, nonfiction (essays and sketches, and book reviews), poetry and songs, plays and dramas, radio manuscripts, and untraced items.

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This reference represents the most complete and detailed examination of Blackwood to date. Preceding the bibliography is a foreword by Ramsey Campbell, an introduction, a user's guide, and a short but detailed biography revealing much new material about Blackwood's life, and a chronology of dates. The bibliography is divided into four ...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:369 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:October 1, 1987Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313251584

ISBN - 13:9780313251580

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?This thick volume contains probably everything you would ever want to know about Algernon Blackwood, best known as a writer of supernatural tales, including the adventures of John Silence. Following a biographical essay, there are indexes to his short and book length fiction, non-fiction and book reviews, poetry, songs, stage and radio plays, TV works, unpublished works, treatments of his fiction by other writers, books about him, anthology appearances, translations, and a listing by chronology and alphabetically. It's one of the most comprehensive such books I've seen, certainly the definitive reference guide to Blackwood's work.?-Science Fiction Chronicle