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>Within the pages of this volume you will come upon three of the darkest creations of English nineteenth-century literature; three of the darkest in all of English and American literature, many would say...and not without justification...These three creatures, presented together for the first time, all have a great deal in common beyond their power to go on frightening generation after generation of readers...but that fact alone should be considered before all others.
>American literature
Literally all three books were written by Brits. What did he mean by this? If they had compiled The Turn of the Screw or something he may have been correct, but Stoker, Shelley, and Stevenson were Brits.



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