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We Have Always Lived in the Castle
Language: un
Pages: 176
Authors: Shirley Jackson
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009-10-01 - Publisher: Penguin UK

Shirley Jackson's masterpiece: the deliciously dark and funny story of Merricat, tomboy teenager, beloved sister - and possible lunatic. 'Her greatest book ... at once whimsical and harrowing, a miniaturist's charmingly detailed fantasy sketched inside a mausoleum ... Through depths and depths and bloodwarm depths we fall, until the surface
We Have Always Lived in the Castle
Language: en
Pages: 78
Authors: Shirley Jackson
Categories: Drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 1967-10 - Publisher: Dramatists Play Service Inc

THE STORY: The home of the Blackwoods near a Vermont village is a lonely, ominous abode, and Constance, the young mistress of the place, can't go out of the house without being insulted and stoned by the villagers. They have also composed a nasty s
We Have Always Lived in the Castle
Language: un
Pages: 78
Authors: Hugh Wheeler
Categories: American drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 1967 - Publisher:

The sisters Merricat and Constance Blackwood and their uncle Julian keep apart from the villagers' curiosity and hostility after Constance is cleared of the mysterious, arsenic-related deaths of four relatives, until cousin Charles appears to threaten their isolation.
Novels and Stories
Language: un
Pages: 827
Authors: Shirley Jackson
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010 - Publisher:

An anthology of writings by the leading mid-20th-century classic author, compiled by the National Book Award-winning author of Them, includes The Lottery, The Haunting of Hill House, We Have Always Lived in the Castle and 21 short pieces that reflect Jackson's work in other genres.
The Witch
Language: un
Pages: 46
Authors: Shirley Jackson
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-03-06 - Publisher: Penguin UK

A terrifying short story from Shirley Jackson, the master of the macabre tale. Shirley Jackson's chilling tales of creeping unease and random cruelty have the power to unsettle and terrify unlike any other. When her story The Lottery was first published in The New Yorker in 1948, readers were so