William Hope Hodgson Books


This book contain collection of 9 books1. The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" [1907]2. The House on the Borderland [1908]3. The Ghost Pirates [1909]4. Carnacki the Ghost Finder [1910]5. The Night Land [1912]6. The Voice in the Night [1907]7. The Derelict [1912]8. Captain Gault [1917]9. Eloi Eloi Lama Sabachthani [1919] Originally published as "The Baumoff Explosive"About the AuthorWilliam Hope Hodgson, 1877-1918English author. He produced a large body of work, consisting mostly of short stories and novels, spanning several overlapping genres including horror, fantastic fiction and science fiction.Hodgson is most widely known for two works. The House on the Borderland is a novel of which H. P. Lovecraft wrote "but for a few touches of commonplace sentimentality [it] would be a classic of the first water". The Night Land is a much longer novel, written in an archaic style and expressing a sombre vision of a sunless far-future world. These works both contain elements of science fiction, although they also partake of horror and the occult. According to critical consensus, in these works, despite his often laboured and clumsy language, Hodgson achieves a deep power of expression, which focuses on a sense not only of terror but of the ubiquity of potential terror, of the thinness of the invisible bound between the world of normality and an underlying reality for which humans are not suited.

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