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The Double Life

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A collection of supernatural stories on the theme of dreams, glimpses into life beyond death, and other posthumous experiences by romantic author Asselineau, better remembered today for his friendship with Charles Baudelaire, but also a significant pioneer in the literary development of dream materials. It includes two remarkable items of supernatural fiction, "The Second Life" and OThe Musician's Hell," which Stableford calls "eccentric masterpieces of the genre," as well as the experimental classic, "The Lie" (1846).

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A collection of supernatural stories on the theme of dreams, glimpses into life beyond death, and other posthumous experiences by romantic author Asselineau, better remembered today for his friendship with Charles Baudelaire, but also a significant pioneer in the literary development of dream materials. It includes two remarkable items of supernatural fiction, "The Second Life" and OThe Musician's Hell," which Stableford calls "eccentric masterpieces of the genre," as well as the experimental classic, "The Lie" (1846). The Double Life (1858) is a collection of supernatural stories on the theme of dreams, glimpses into life beyond death and other posthumous experiences by Romantic author Charles Asselineau, better remembered today for his friendship with Charles Baudelaire, but also a significant pioneer in the literary development of dream materials. It includes two remarkable items of supernatural fiction, "The Second Life" and ""The Musician's Hell", which translator Brian Stableford calls "eccentric masterpieces of the genre," as well as the experimental classic, "The Lie" (1846).

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Publisher
Black Coat Press
Book Format
Paperback
Number of Pages
260
Author
Charles Asselineau
ISBN-13
9781612270791
Publication Date
March, 2012
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.00 x 5.00 x 0.59 Inches
ISBN-10
1612270794

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