POE, Edgar Allan. Tales of Mystery and Imagination. [WITH FINE ILLUSTRATIONS BY HARRY CLARKE]
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Illustrated with 32 full page (eight coloured) plates and numerous other vignettes by Harry Clarke. London: The Minerva Press, 1971. Quarto. pp. 384. Blue cloth, titled in gilt. A fine copy in fine dust jacket. €185
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This is a collection of twenty-nine spine-chilling tales by the master of mystery and suspense, Edgar
Allan Poe. It includes such classics as ‘The Fall of The House of Usher’ and ‘The Murders in the Rue
Morgue’. These tales illustrated by the renowned Irish artist, Harry Clarke, transport the reader into a
world of morbid fascination, fantasy and fear. Nicely presented in a custom-made illustrated box.
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