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REVIEWMorag *Of The Cave is thoroughly Gaelic story about strange beautiful young woman who who *The Cave is a thoroughly Gaelic story about a strange beautiful young woman who who not take a partner from the inhabitants of her small fishing town but instead seems entranced by other options which ends disastrously for her her child and the man who does love her This is told with some wonderful Irish dialect that really captures the lilt and dance of the speakers and contains a genre element that both looks backwards to folklore and forwards to a notorious New England seacoast town and its inhabitants Well done. Ders can now once share and enjoy the stories of Hellier Vesey Lutyens Otway Ponting Denison and all the others who shared the hospitality of SaundersonMargery Lawrence's narrative style will transport the reader to the comfortable club style atmosphere of a dining club of the 1920s Her stories entertain chill even horrify for here are twelve strange tales ndeservedly neglected tales that deserve their place alongside the very best that the genre has to offer. .PLACEHOLDER *Of The Cave is a thoroughly Gaelic story about
Margery Lawrence is an author of weird and creepy that isn t read much these days I discovered her in a book called Monster She Wrote a fine compendium of women authors in the world of gothic horror and weird writing A really good mix of storytelling can be found here Vlasto s Doll is about a creepy performer with an even creepier life size doll that can talk dance and sing It can do *this apparently without strings or any known mechanism The Wozzle is a tale about the power of a child s imagination *apparently without strings or any known mechanism The Wozzle is a tale about the power of a child s imagination create demons Robin s Rath and How Pan Came to Little Ingleton tell how NIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE is one of the last remaining completely forgotten ghost story collections of the 1920s possibly because copies of the original book publication have over the years been virtually impossible to find However the twelve stories in this collection well justify a place alongside those written by E F Benson A M Burrage H R Wakefield and Eleanor Scott and their author Margery Lawrence possessed a story telling skill comparable to each of tho. .
E should mess with very old pagan entities A touch perhaps of *Arthur Machen here and Morag of the Cave is a Lovecraftian like story *Machen here and Morag of the Cave is a Lovecraftian like story ghastly denizens of the deep But there are some great ghost stories here too The Haunted Saucepan despite what seems like a silly title is one of the scariest ghost stories I ve ever read It s a testament to the great writing of this authorThe title of this collection gets its name from the frame story a group of friends get together to have dinner and swap stories It s a great way to spend an evening to see who can out spook who Lawrence. Se famous writersThe collection is formed by the narrations of members of a dining club hosted by Saunderson a man who Hearts Farthings undoubtedly had a liking for congenial interesting company Lawrence writes that 'the onenspoken rule the Open Sesame to dine at Fat Frank Saunderson's was to come armed with a story worth hearing The rarer and curious the better' Prior to the Ash Tree Press edition in 1998 these 'rare and curious' tales last appeared in print in 1947 and rea.