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Green Tea - 150th Anniversary Edition

Green Tea - 150th Anniversary Edition
Published alongside “Carmilla” in the landmark collection In a Glass Darkly (1872), Le Fanu’s “Green Tea” was first serialised in Charles Dickens’ magazine All the Year Round in 1869. Since its first publication, Le Fanu’s tale has lost none of its potency. “Green Tea” tells of the good natured Reverend Jennings, who writes late at night on arcane topics abetted by a steady supply of green tea. Is he insane or have these nocturnal activities opened an “interior sight” that affords a route of entry for an increasingly malignant simian companion?
Our Price: €35.00
ISBN/EAN9781783800292
Stock: 14
Publisher: Swan River Press
Pub. Date: October 23 2019
Author: LEFANU, J.S.
Format: Hardback
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This 150th anniversary edition of “Green Tea”, with illustrations by Alisdair Wood and an introduction by Matthew Holness, is the definitive celebration of Le Fanu’s masterpiece of psychological terror and despair.

Contents

"Introduction"
Matthew Holness

"Green Tea"
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

"Some Meditations on 'Green Tea' "
Jim Rockhill & Brian J. Showers

"Exterior Visions: Assessments of 'Green Tea' by Le Fanu's Contemporaries"
Jim Rockhill & Brian J. Showers
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