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[Read] ➳ The House of Oracles and Other Stories Author Thomas Owen – Chickenshedcafe.uk The House of Oracles is a sewn hardback book of 219 viii pages with silk ribbon marker head and tailbands and dwLimited to 300 copiesA master of the fleeting fantastic erotic short story Thomas Owen tThe House of Oracles is a sewn hardback book of 219 viii pages with silk ribbon marker head and tailbands and dwLimited to 300 copiesA master of the fleeting fantastic erotic short story Thomas Owen the pseudonym of Gérald Bertot was one of a small group of Belgian writers and artists of considerable importance to the European Symbolist movement Born in 1910 by the age of seventeen Owen had made himself known to Jean Ray a founding father of the emerging Belgian école de l’étrange in the tradition of Georges Rodenbach and Maurice Maeterlinck Owen and Ray remained close friends and literary collaborators until.

Ray’s death in 1964 First writing detective fiction Owen switched to the fantastic in 1942 with l’Initiation à la Peur after which in the 1960s and 70s came the collections of short stories excerpted in this selectionIn these thirty one stories seven of which are newly translated by Iain White Owen explores love and desire and the uncertainty of the boundary between reality and the unreal in beautifully economical deceptively simple proseContents ‘Introduction’ ‘Two of a Kind’ ‘Modelled in Pure Wax’ ‘The Sparrowhawk’ ‘15 12 38’ ‘The Blue Coat’ ‘A Dead Butterfly’s Wing’ ‘The De.

The House of Oracles and Other Stories MOBI ↠ The

The House of Oracles and Other Stories MOBI ↠ The Pseudonym for the Belgian author Gérald Bertot

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