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Dickon the Devil
by J. S. Le Fanu


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Best remembered for writing one of the earliest vampire novels, Carmilla, J. S. Le Fanu (1814-1873) was a key figure of 19th century supernatural fiction. The author of over 40 short stories (some 28 are fantastic) and fourteen novels, Le Fanu often showed a world sliding into chaos. His stories are often eerie and always compelling.

 
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