The Uncanny Reader, Stories from the Shadows, ed. by Marjorie Sandor, St. Martin’s 2015, TOC

Table of Contents

Introduction by Marjorie Sandor

(excerpt here: https://thesanguinewoods.wordpress.com/2016/07/11/uncanny-some-thoughts-on-a-haunted-word/)

  1. “The Sandman” by E. T. A. Hoffmann (1816)
  2. “Bernice” by Edgar Allan Poe (1835)
  3. “One of Twins” by Ambrose Bierce (1888)
  4. “On the Water” by Guy de Maupassant (1890
  5. “Oysters” by Anton Chekhov (1884)
  6. “Pomegranate Seed” by Edith Wharton (1931)
  7. “The Stoker” by Franz Kafka (1927)
  8. “Decay” by Marjorie Bowen (1923)
  9. “The Music of Erich Zann” by H. P. Lovecraft (1922)
  10. “The Birds” by Bruno Schulz (1934)
  11. “The Usher” by Felisberto Hernández (1947)
  12. “The Waiting Room” by Robert Aickman (1956)
  13. “Paranoia” by Shirley Jackson (1976)
  14. “The Helper” by Joan Aiken (1979)
  15. “The Jesters” by Joyce Carol Oates (2013)
  16. “The Devil and Dr. Tuberose” by John Herdman (1993)
  17. “Phantoms” by Steven Millhauser (2010)
  18. “On Jacob’s Ladder” by Steve Stern (2012)
  19. “The Panic Hand” by Jonathan Carroll (1989)
  20. “Moriya” by Dean Paschal (2003)
  21. “The Puppets” by Jean-Christophe Duchon-Doris (1994)
  22. “Old Mrs. J” by Yoko Ogawa (2013)
  23. “Whitework” by Kate Bernheimer (2007)
  24. “Stone Animals” by Kelly Link (2004)
  25. “Tiger Mending” by Aimee Bender (2013)
  26. “The Black Square” by Chris Adrian (2009)
  27. “Foundation” by China Miéville (2005)
  28. “Gothic Night” by Mansoura Ez-Eldin (2011)
  29. “Reindeer Mountain” by Karin Tidbeck (2012)
  30. “Muzunga” by C. Namwali Serpell (2007)
  31. “Haunting Olivia” by Karen Russell (2006)

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