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Author: william hodgson - La porte du monstre / Le dernier voyage…

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William Hodgson: La porte du monstre / Le dernier voyage - Book

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La porte du monstre / Le dernier voyage (?)

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La porte du monstre : Carnacki, le célèbre détective des mystères, spécialisé dans la recherche des fantômes, se rend chez un riche propriétaire dont la propriété est hantée. C'est l'intrigue où Hodgson nous plonge, un récit court, tenu et au suspens étonnant. Carnacki a accepté d'aller étudier un problème de maison hantée dans une demeure peu éloignée de Londres. Trois personnes y ont trouvé la mort un siècle et demi plus tôt, étranglées dans la chambre grise. Toutes les nuits, la porte de cette chambre... La porte du monstre : Carnacki, le célèbre détective des mystères, spécialisé dans la recherche des fantômes, se rend chez un riche propriétaire dont la propriété est hantée. C'est l'intrigue où Hodgson nous plonge, un récit court, tenu et au suspens étonnant. Carnacki a accepté d'aller étudier un problème de maison hantée dans une demeure peu éloignée de Londres. Trois personnes y ont trouvé la mort un siècle et demi plus tôt, étranglées dans la chambre grise. Toutes les nuits, la porte de cette chambre, bien que fermée à clef, s'ouvre et se referme brutalement et on y ressent une présence hostile. Après avoir constaté ces faits, Carnacki va devoir user de toute sa connaissance et sa science de la lutte contre les revenants pour résoudre cet angoissant problème et faire en sorte que cet esprit puissant disparaisse. Le dernier voyage : Le Shamraken, navire à voiles, en avait passé des jours sur les mers... 60 ans de navigation, l'équipage composé de vieillards s'en retourne à terre. Un soir le navire entre dans une nappe de brouillard d'une teinte orange du plus bel effet, l'équipage pense aborder au paradis... William H. Hodgson, né le 15 novembre 1877 à Blackmore et mort le 19 avril 1918 en Belgique, est un écrivain anglais réputé pour ses nouvelles et ses romans fantastiques.
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9781486418947 - Hodgson William: The Night Land - The Original Classic Edition - Book

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The Night Land - The Original Classic Edition (2012) (?)

Delivery from: NetherlandsBook is in english languageNew bookeBook, e-Book, digital book
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9781486418947 (?) or 1486418945

, in english, Emereo Publishing, New, ebook
Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The Night Land. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by William Hope Hodgson, which is now, at last, again available to you. Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside The Night Land: And in the end of that time, I saw a little way into Life, with an understanding heart, and began presently to take my walks again... Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The Night Land. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by William Hope Hodgson, which is now, at last, again available to you. Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside The Night Land: And in the end of that time, I saw a little way into Life, with an understanding heart, and began presently to take my walks again past the gap; but truly Mirdath the Beautiful was never to my sight; though one evening I thought she might be not a great way off; for one of her great boar-hounds came out of the wood, and down into the road to nose against me, very friendly, as a dog oft doth with me....How shall you ever know, as I know in verity, of the greatness and reality and terror of the thing that I would tell plain to all; for we, with our puny span of recorded life must have great histories to tell, but the few bare details we know concerning years that are but a few thousands in all; and I must set out to you in the short pages of this my life there, a sufficiency of the life that had been, and the life that was, both within and without that mighty Pyramid, to make clear to those who may read, the truth of that which I would tell; and the histories of that great Redoubt dealt not with odd thousands of years; but with very millions; aye, away back into what they of that Age conceived to be the early days of the earth, when the sun, maybe, still gloomed dully in the night sky of the world. ...Later, I travelled over to the North-Eastern wall of the Redoubt, and looked thence with my spy-glass at the Watcher of the North-East-the Crowned Watcher it was called, in that within the air above its vast head there hung always a blue, luminous ring, which shed a strange light downwards over the monster-showing a vast, wrinkled brow (upon which an whole library had been writ); but putting to the shadow all the lower face; all save the ear, which came out from the back of the head, and belled towards the Redoubt, and had been said by some observers in the past to have been seen to quiver; but how that might be, I knew not; for no man of our days had seen such a thing....Through four long years had I listened, since that awakening in the embrasure, when but a youth of seventeen; and now out of the world-darkness and all the eternal years of that lost life, which now I live in this Present Age of ours, was the whisper come; for I knew it upon that instant; and yet, because I was so taught to wisdom, I answered by no name; but sent the Master-Word through the night-sending it with my brain-elements, as I could, and as all may, much or little, as may be, if they be not clods. ...And much I questioned her, and presently to my sorrow; for it seemed that her name was not truly Mirdath; but Naani; neither had she known my name; but that in the library of that place where she abode, there had been a story of one named by my name, and called by that sweet love-name which she had sent out somewhat ruthless into the night; and the girls name had been Mirdath; and when first she, Naani had called, there had come back to her a cry of Mirdath, Mirdath; and this had minded her so strangely of that olden story which had stayed in her memory; that she had answered as the maid in that book might have answered. Productinformatie:Taal: Engels;Formaat: ePub met kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) van Adobe;Bestandsgrootte: 1.13 MB;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;Printrechten: Het printen van de pagina's is niet toegestaan;Voorleesfunctie: De voorleesfunctie is uitgeschakeld;Geschikt voor: Alle e-readers te koop bij bol.com (of compatible met Adobe DRM). Telefoons/tablets met Google Android (1.6 of hoger) voorzien van bol.com boekenbol app. PC en Mac met Adobe reader software;ISBN10: 1486418945;ISBN13: 9781486418947; Engels | Ebook | 2012
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Category: Literatuur, Romans, Meer romans
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-4864-1894-5, 978-1-4864-1894-7
Archive entry:
9781486418947 - Hodgson William: The Night Land - The Original Classic Edition - Book

(?):

The Night Land - The Original Classic Edition (2012) (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageNew bookeBook, e-Book, digital bookproduct for digital download
ISBN:

9781486418947 (?) or 1486418945

, in english, Emereo Publishing, Emereo Publishing, Emereo Publishing, New, ebook, digital download
Finally available, a high quality book of the original classic edition of The Night Land. This is a new and freshly published edition of this culturally important work by William Hope Hodgson, which is now, at last, again available to you. Enjoy this classic work today. These selected paragraphs distill the contents and give you a quick look inside The Night Land: And in the end of that time, I saw a little way into Life, with an understanding heart, and began presently to take my walks again past the gap; but truly Mirdath the Beautiful was never to my sight; though one evening I thought she might be not a great way off; for one of her great boar-hounds came out of the wood, and down into the road to nose against me, very friendly, as a dog oft doth with me. How shall you ever know, as I know in verity, of the greatness and reality and terror of the thing that I would tell plain to all; for we, with our puny span of recorded life must have great histories to tell, but the few bare details we know concerning years that are but a few thousands in all; and I must set out to you in the short pages of this my life there, a sufficiency of the life that had been, and the life that was, both within and without that mighty Pyramid, to make clear to those who may read, the truth of that which I would tell; and the histories of that great Redoubt dealt not with odd thousands of years; but with very millions; aye, away back into what they of that Age conceived to be the early days of the earth, when the sun, maybe, still gloomed dully in the night sky of the world. .Later, I travelled over to the North-Eastern wall of the Redoubt, and looked thence with my spy-glass at the Watcher of the North-East-the Crowned Watcher it was called, in that within the air above its vast head there hung always a blue, luminous ring, which shed a strange light downwards over the monster-showing a vast, wrinkled brow (upon which an whole library had been writ); but putting to the shadow al
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Keywords: The Night Land - The Original Classic Edition Hodgson William Fiction & Literature 9781486418947
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-4864-1894-5, 978-1-4864-1894-7
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9781442937567 - Hodgson,William: Carnacki: The Ghost Finder,  The Ghost Finder - Book

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Carnacki: The Ghost Finder, The Ghost Finder (2006) (?)

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9781442937567 (?) or 1442937564

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Carnacki, the Ghost Finder" is a collection of stories by Hodgson where he investigates and presents with great classic gothic set-ups. Stories have incredible Victorian horror shrouded in antiquity and mystery with a fantastic spooky atmosphere. Some of the stories in this book are closer to the truth than a lot of people realise. For gothic gaslight ambience, this is one of the most satisfying books for the reader. Productinformatie:Taal: Engels;Formaat: Epub zonder kopieerbeveiliging (DRM) ;Bestandsgrootte: 0.18 MB;Kopieerrechten: Het kopiëren van (delen van) de pagina's is niet toegestaan ;Printrechten: Het printen van de pagina's is niet toegestaan;Voorleesfunctie: De voorleesfunctie is uitgeschakeld;ISBN10: 1442937564;ISBN13: 9781442937567; Engels | Ebook | 2006
Category: Literatuur, Romans, Meer romans
Data from 07/12/2016 23:23h
ISBN (alternative notations): 1-4429-3756-4, 978-1-4429-3756-7
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9781442937567 - Hodgson, William: Carnacki - Book

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Carnacki (?)

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The Ghost Finder, The Ghost Finder
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ISBN (alternative notations): 1-4429-3756-4, 978-1-4429-3756-7
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9781442937567 - Hodgson,William: Carnacki: The Ghost Finder - Book

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Carnacki: The Ghost Finder (2006) (?)

Delivery from: CanadaBook is in english languageNew bookeBook, e-Book, digital bookproduct for digital download
ISBN:

9781442937567 (?) or 1442937564

, in english, ReadHowYouWant, ReadHowYouWant, ReadHowYouWant, New, ebook, digital download
Carnacki, the Ghost Finder" is a collection of stories by Hodgson where he investigates and presents with great classic gothic set-ups. Stories have incredible Victorian horror shrouded in antiquity and mystery with a fantastic spooky atmosphere. Some of the stories in this book are closer to the truth than a lot of people realise. For gothic gaslight ambience, this is one of the most satisfying books for the reader.
Keywords: Carnacki: The Ghost Finder Hodgson,William Fiction & Literature 9781442937567
Data from 07/12/2016 23:23h
ISBN (alternative notations): 1-4429-3756-4, 978-1-4429-3756-7