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In 'The Night-Side of Nature: Ghosts and Ghost-Seers', Catherine Ann Crowe explores the supernatural realm with a unique blend of Gothic storytelling and critical analysis. Published in 1848, this book was one of the first comprehensive studies on ghosts and hauntings, combining personal anecdotes with philosophical reflections on the nature of spirits. Crowe's vivid descriptions of spectral encounters and eerie landscapes immerse the reader in a world where the veil between the living and the dead is thin. Her writing style is both captivating and scholarly, making this book a classic in the field of supernatural literature. Crowe's work was influenced by the Romantic movement and the growing interest in spiritualism during the Victorian era, offering a glimpse into the cultural fascination with the supernatural. Recommended for readers interested in the history of ghosts, the Gothic tradition, and the intersection of literature and the occult.


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Año de Edición
Catherine Ann Crowe, Catherine Ann Crowe
Núm. Páginas
Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
DRM (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
The Night-Side of Nature: Ghosts and Ghost-Seers
Biografía del Autor
<p>Catherine Ann Crowe (1790?1872) was an English novelist and children\'s author whose foray into the supernatural and the spectral marked her as a pioneer in Victorian literature. Her work, \'The Night-Side of Nature: Ghosts and Ghost-Seers\' (1848), epitomizes her exploration into the paranormal, amalgamating a collection of ghost stories and folklore with her own speculative theories. The book became one of the most influential of its time concerning the supernatural, engaging topics that still resonate with readers and scholars interested in Victorian psychology and spiritualism. Crowe\'s writing style, characterized by a conversational tone and adept storytelling, has been hailed for making the subject matter accessible and compelling. Through her literary endeavours, she contributed to the popularizing of ghost literature during the Victorian period. Her other notable works include \'Susan Hopley\' (1841) and \'The Adventures of Susan Hopley\' (1842), which emphasized her ability to weave intricate plots and strong, resourceful female characters. Crowe\'s legacy endures not just for her contributions to supernatural fiction, but also for her role as a female writer who emerged and gained respect in a male-dominated literary arena. Her insistence on rationalizing the supernatural reflect the undercurrents of her time and bear witness to the intrinsic human fascination with the unknown.</p>
ISBN: 8596547182979
Referencia: BW1037932462

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