Ken's Mystery

Ken s Mystery The parchment head was green with mold and hung in shriveled tatters The hoop which was of solid silver was so blackened and tarnished that jt looked like dilapidated iron The strings were gone an

  • Title: Ken's Mystery
  • Author: Julian Hawthorne
  • ISBN: 9781419128486
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • The parchment head was green with mold, and hung in shriveled tatters The hoop, which was of solid silver, was so blackened and tarnished that jt looked like dilapidated iron The strings were gone, and most of the tuning screws had dropped out of their decayed sockets Altogether it had the appearance of having been made before the Flood, and been forgotten in the forecThe parchment head was green with mold, and hung in shriveled tatters The hoop, which was of solid silver, was so blackened and tarnished that jt looked like dilapidated iron The strings were gone, and most of the tuning screws had dropped out of their decayed sockets Altogether it had the appearance of having been made before the Flood, and been forgotten in the forecastle of Noah s Ark ever since.

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    1. Did you know that Nathaniel Hawthorne's son was a writer of pulp fiction? I did not! Although, calling this story pulp fiction is significantly underselling it. It's one of the most beautiful depictions of an encounter with a femme fatale I've read, and is a credit to the Irish folklore that inspired it. Two friends meet after one returns from a sojourn abroad. The banjo that one gifted to the other in now inexplicably aged and worn - looking more like something from the Middle Ages than a newly [...]

    2. Se supone que es el primer relato directamente vampírico de los Estados Unidos y fue publicado en 1887 por Julian Hawthorne, que es el hijo de Nathaniel Hawthorne. Es un relato muy corto, unas 30 páginas que aunque está bien podría haber entrado más en el tema que nos ocupa, o sea, de las vampiras.Mi reseña completa en:scarywhispers/

    3. Que pasa cuando un amigo artista pierde su alegría por que gustoso entrego toda su vitalidad al amor de una mujer muerta hace 200 años Es una historia hermosa de esas que te dejan con ganas de más y lo único que tienes que criticar es que sea tan corta.

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