MISCELLANEOUS

Literature with less common, subtler, or non-supernatural gothic and weird motifs

  • 'The Striding Place' [originally published as 'The Twins'], Gertrude Atherton (1896)

    • (1896, published under the original title, printed in The Speaker - only available in the USA)​
    • (1905, printed in The Bell in the Fog and other Stories) ​

  • Wuthering Heights, Emily Brontë (1847, published in 3 installments under the pseudonym Ellis Bell)​​

  • 'The New Mother', Lucy Clifford (1882, printed in Anyhow Stories: Moral and Otherwise, illustrated) 

  • 'The Case of Lady Sannox', Arthur Conan Doyle (1893, printed in The Idler, illustrated)

  • 'Lot No. 249', Arthur Conan Doyle (1892, printed in Harper's New Monthly Magazine, illustrated)  

  • 'The Woman in Red', Muriel Campbell Dyar (1899, printed in The Black Cat)

  • 'Unmasked' [sequel to 'The Woman in Red'], Muriel Campbell Dyar (1900, printed in The Black Cat)

  • 'The Lifted Veil', George Eliot [aka Mary Ann Evans] (1859, printed in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine)​​

  • 'Green Tea', Sheridan Le Fanu (1872, printed in In a Glass Darkly, vol. 1)

  • 'The Yellow Wallpaper', Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1892, printed in The New England Magazine)

  • 'The Silent Woman'/'Die Schweigerin', Leopold Kompert 

    • Original text in German by Leopold Kompert (1866, printed in Ghetto Stories ; Ghetto-geschichten)

    • Translated into English by Charles Flint McClumpha (1890, printed in Modern Ghosts [collection of contemporary translated works])​

  • 'Horror: A True Tale', John Berwick Harwood (1861, printed in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine)

  • 'Magic Lantern', Jean Lorrain (1891)

  • 'The White People', Arthur Machen (1904, printed in Horlick's Magazine

  • 'The Sin-Eater', Fiona Macleod [aka William Sharp] (1895, printed in The Sin-Eater, and other Tales)

  • 'The Mysterious Card', Cleveland Moffett (1896, printed in The Black Cat)

  • 'The Mysterious Card Unveiled' [sequel to 'The Mysterious Card], Cleveland Moffett (1896, printed in The Black Cat)

  • 'Portent of the Shadow', E. Nesbit (1905, printed in The Index, illustrated)​

  • 'What Was It?', Fitz James O'Brien (1859, printed in Harper's Magazine)

  • 'Berenice', Edgar Allan Poe (1835)

    • (1835, printed in the Southern Literary Messenger)​

    • (1840, printed in Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque)

  • 'The Fall of the House of Usher', Edgar Allan Poe (1839) 

    • (1839, printed in Burton's Gentleman's Magazine) ​

    • (1840, printed in Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque, vol. 1)

  • 'The Masque of the Red Death' [originally published as 'The Mask of the Red Death: A Fantasy'], Edgar Allan Poe (1842)

    • (1842, published under the original title, printed in Graham's Magazine

    • (1845, printed in The Broadway Journal

  • 'Morella', Edgar Allan Poe (1835)

    • (1835, printed in the Southern Literary Messenger)​

    • (1839, printed in Burton's Gentleman's Magazine)

  • 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue', Edgar Allan Poe (1841)

    • (1841, printed in Graham's Magazine)​

    • (1843, printed in The Prose Romances of Edgar A. Poe)

  • 'The Oval Portrait' [originally published as 'Life in Death], Edgar Allan Poe (1842) 

    • (1842, published under the original title, printed in Graham's Magazine)​

    • (1845, printed in The Broadway Journal)

  • 'The Pit and the Pendulum', Edgar Allan Poe (1843)

    • (1843, printed in The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present) ​

    • (1845, printed in The Broadway Journal

  • 'The Premature Burial', Edgar Allan Poe (1844, printed in The Philadelphia Dollar Newspaper)

  • 'The Tell-Tale Heart', Edgar Allan Poe (1843)

    • (1843, printed in The Pioneer)

    • (1845, printed in The Broadway Journal)

  • 'The Anticipator', Morley Roberts (1896, printed in The Sketch on 13th May - this can be accessed via the British Newspaper Archive

  • 'The Burial of the Rats', Bram Stoker (1896)

    • (1896, printed in Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - this can be accessed via the British Newspaper Archive: part 1, part 2)

    • (1914, printed in Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories)

  • 'The Coming of Abel Behenna', Bram Stoker (1893)

    • (1893, printed in Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper - this can be accessed via the British Newspaper Archive: part 1, part 2)​

    • (1914, printed in Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories)

  • 'The Gipsy Prophecy', Bram Stoker (1885)​

    • (1885, printed in The Spirit of the Times)​

    • (1914, printed in Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories)

  • The Lair of the White Worm, Bram Stoker (1911, illustrated)

  • 'The Squaw', Bram Stoker (1893)

    • (1893, printed in Holly Leaves the Christmas Number of The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News)​

    • (1914, printed in Dracula's Guest and Other Weird Stories)

  • 'An Unscientific Story', Louise J. Strong (1903, printed in The Cosmopolitan, illustrated)

  • 'Lord Arthur Savile's Crime', Oscar Wilde (1887)

    • (1887, printed in The Court and Society Review)​

    • (1891, printed in Lord Arthur Savile's Crime and Other Stories)

  • The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde (1890)

    • (1890, printed in Lippincott's Monthly Magazine)​​

    • (1891, published in full) 

  • The Island of Doctor Moreau, H. G. Wells (1896, New York reprint of the original London publication)

  • The War of the Worlds, H. G. Wells (1898)

  • 'The Little Room', Madeline Yale Wynne (1895, printed in Harper's New Monthly Magazine)

  • 'The Sequel to the Little Room', Madeline Yale Wynne (1895, printed in The Little Room and Other Stories)