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Collection of eighteen previously unpublished Ghost stories and his introduction—"Why I Write Ghost Stories." In this revealing admission;,unlike Coppard who had absolutely no belief in the supernatural, Wakefield is convinced that there are authenticated cases of psychic phenomena because he has experienced it himself, and confesses—"I have never written a tale in which are recorded happenings that I do not believe could occur." Wakefield elaborates further: "We can see only what we are capable of seeing, and our minds have nothing more than their sensory data to work with. Therefore, we can understand so much, and no more. . . "Wonderful d.j., illustration by Ronald Clyne. Very slight wear at d.j., extremeties and a crease in the rear panel of d.j. Else a fine sharp-cornered copy. #RMJ45.
Title: THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE.
Edition: [First Edition]
Publisher: Sauk City, Wisconsin, Arkham House: 1946
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 1150