(Book)

Date: 1911

Description: The second collection of ghost stories, published in 1911. Some later editions under the title Ghost Stories of an Antiquary contain the preceding Ghost Stories of an Antiquary in one volume.Includes: A School Story, The Rose Garden, The Tractate…

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(Book)

Date: 1904

Description: The first collection of ghost stories, published in 1904 (some had previously appeared in magazines). Some later editions under this title contain both the original collection and its successor, More Ghost Stories (1911) combined in one volume.…

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(Book)

Date: 1919

Description: A Thin Ghost and Others is the third collection of ghost stories, published in 1919. Includes: The Residence at Whitminster, The Diary of Mr Poynter, An Episode of Cathedral History, The Story of a Disappearance and a Appearance and Two Doctors.

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(Book)

Date: 1922

Description: Story written for children, possibly related to After Dark on the Playing Fields. Illustration by Gilbert James.

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(Book)

Date: 1925

Description: M. R. James' fourth and final collection of new ghost stories, published in 1925.

Includes: The Haunted Dolls' House, The Uncommon Prayer-Book, A Neighbour's Landmark, A Warning to the Curious, A View From a Hill and An Evening's Entertainment.

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(Book)

Date: 1928

Description: Printed in limited edition before its inclusion in Collected Ghost Stories.

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(Book)

Date: 1931

Description: The tail piece Stories I have tried to write accompanies 30 classic tales of their genre set against convincing backgrounds to afflict chilling terror on the reader. Includes: Lost Hearts, The Mezzotint, The Ash-Tree, Number 13, Count Magnus, Oh…

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(Book)

Date: 1987

Description: This selection of 21 stories represents the best of James's work, and includes three stories which are not in Collected Ghost Stories. Includes: Canon Alberic’s Scrap-Book, The Tractate Middoth, The Mezzotint, The Treasure of Abbot Thomas, The…

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(Book)

Date: 2012

Description: "Curious Warningscan fairly lay claim to being the most comprehensive collection of M.R. James'' fiction to date . . . In essence, even the rawest of MRJ newbies, after absorbing the contents ofCurious Warningsand reading the 'Afterword', could with…

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