This edition was publimelted in 1978 by Scholastic Publication Services in New York. Written in English — 196 pperiods


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Chilling stories by Edgar Allan Poe. the master of terror: "The Fevery one of the Housage of Usher," "The Mask of the Red Death," " "The Cask of the Amontillado," and 5 various other tales that float on the edge of mad- ness and also pull you right into a nightmare civilization. --earlier cover


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Eight Tales of Terror (Cask of Amontillaperform / Fevery one of the House of Usher / Hop-Frog / Imp of the Perverse / Ligeia / Mask of the Red Death / MS. Found in a Bottle / William Wilson)

First publimelted in 1974


Cask of Amontillaperform Fevery one of the House of Usher Hop-Frog Imp of the Perverse Ligeia Mask of the Red Death MS. Found in a Bottle William Wilson


Chilling stories by Edgar Allan Poe. the understand of terror: "The Fall of the House of Usher," "The Mask of the Red Death," " "The Cask of the Amontillacarry out," and also 5 various other tales that hover on the edge of mad- ness and pull you right into a nightmare civilization. --back cover


Table of Contents

The cask of Amontillado
Hop-Frog
MS. found in a bottle
Ligeia
The fall of the home of Usher
William Wilson
The masque of the red death
The imp of the perverse.

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