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  1. Biography - Blackwood, Algernon (Henry) (1869-1951): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team, 2003-01-01
  2. Jimbo: A Fantasy by Blackwood Algernon 1869-1951, 2010-10-13
  3. Julius Le Vallon; an episode. by Algernon Blackwood . by Blackwood. Algernon. 1869-1951., 1916-01-01
  4. The extra day. by Algernon Blackwood . by Blackwood. Algernon. 1869-1951., 1915-01-01
  5. The wave; an Egyptian aftermath by Algernon, 1869-1951 Blackwood, 2009-10-26
  6. A prisoner in fairyland (the book that 'Uncle Paul ' wrote) by Blackwood. Algernon. 1869-1951., 1914-01-01
  7. Jimbo. a fantasy. by Blackwood. Algernon. 1869-1951., 1909-01-01
  8. The wolves of God, and other fey stories by Algernon, 1869-1951 Blackwood, 2009-10-26
  9. Algernon Blackwood: An Extraordinary Life by Mike Ashley, 2001-11-20
  10. Algernon Blackwood: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in World Literature) by Mike Ashley, 1987-10-20
  11. Algernon Blackwood: Masters of the Weird Tale by Algernon Blackwood, 2010-12-01
  12. The Empty House and Other Ghost Stories by Algernon Blackwood, 2009-08-25
  13. Karma; a reincarnation play in prologue by Algernon Blackwood 1869-1951 Pearn Violet from old catalog joint author, 1918-12-31

1. The Transfer By Algernon Blackwood
THE TRANSFER. by Algernon Blackwood. 18691951. A psychic vampire, a man who is a "human sponge" is invisibly attacked by an "ugly patch" in a garden that needs vitality. A weird contest that saves a
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A psychic vampire, a man who is a "human sponge" is invisibly attacked by an "ugly patch" in a garden that needs vitality. A weird contest that saves a sensitive child from obsession. First published in PAN'S GARDEN, London, 1912.
The child began to cry in the early afternoonabout three o'clock, to be exact. I remember the hour, because I had been listening with secret relief to the sound of the departing carriage. Those wheels fading into the distance down the gravel drive with Mrs. Frene, and her daughter Gladys to whom I was governess, meant for me some hours' welcome rest, and the June day was oppressively hot. Moreover, there was this excitement in the little country household that had told upon us all, but especially upon myself. This excitement, running delicately behind all the events of the morning, was due to some mystery, and the mystery was of course kept concealed from the governess. I had exhausted myself with guessing and keeping on the watch. For some deep and unexplained anxiety possessed me, so that I kept thinking of my sister's dictum that I was really much too sensitive to make a good governess, and that I should have done far better as a professional clairvoyante. "The man with the 'normous face?" he had asked in a little voice of awe, and then gone speechless from the room in tears that no amount of soothing management could calm. That was all I saw; and what he meant by "the 'normous face" gave me only a sense of vague presentiment. But it came as anticlimax somehowa sudden revelation of the mystery and excitement that pulsed beneath the quiet of the stifling summer day. I feared for him. For of all that commonplace household I loved Jamie best, though professionally I had nothing to do with him. He was a high-strung, ultra-sensitive child, and it seemed to me that no one understood him, least of all his honest, tender-hearted parents; so that his little wailing voice brought me from my bed to the window in a moment like a call for help.

2. Algernon Henry Blackwood (1869-1951) British Writer - Classic
Algernon Blackwood Algernon Blackwood (18691951) was a prolific fantasy and horrorwriter whose total production consists of more than 200 short stories, 12
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Index. Blackwood, Algernon (Henry) (18691951) Famous British author,known for his works because of their brilliant occult themes.
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amous British author, known for his works because of their brilliant occult themes. Born in Kent, at seventeen he became interested in the mystical and occult. His interest was aroused after he read the translation of the Yoga Sutrus of Patanjali.
When 20, in 1890, he emigrated to Canada where he started a varied career there and in the United States. His occupations included being a journalist, dairy farmer, hotel proprietor, actor plus others. He was intensely poverty-stricken until he became a secretary to James Speyer, a millionaire of the time.
Blackwood returned to England in 1899 where he wrote most of his occult stories. In 1900 he joined the famous Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn . He was some what of a mystic, being particularly responsive to wild natural scenery. He believed man possessed a latent occult faculty. He died when 82. A.G.H.

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Translate this page Home_Page Algernon Blackwood (1869-1951), Escritor de novelas fantásticasnacido en Inglaterra. A pesar de que su apellido coincidía
Algernon Blackwood
E scritor de novelas fantásticas nacido en Inglaterra. A pesar de que su apellido coincidía con el nombre de la más famosa revista de literatura gótica británica del siglo XIX, la escocesa Blackwood's Magazine, no está demostrado que Blackwood fuera un seudónimo. En 1890 viajó a Canadá, dónde al parecer fue granjero y más tarde a Estados Unidos, dónde ejerció de buscador de oro, gerente de hotel y periodista en el New York Times. En 1899 de regreso a Inglaterra, coincide con Arthur Machen, el otro grande de la literatura de terror inglesa del siglo XX, en una de las muchas sociedades esotéricas a las que pertenecía. La primera selección de sus relatos aparece en 1906 con el título de La casa vacía y otras historias de fantasmas , pero no será hasta dos años después, cuando el éxito de su tercera colección, John Silence, Physician Extraordinary (1908) le haga dedicarse profesionalmente a la literatura. En ella aparece por primera vez el personaje investigador de lo extraordinario John Silence, que le llevaría a la fama. De los 150 relatos y 8 novelas que escribió sobresalen, El campamento del perro Culto secreto El hombre al que amaban los árboles El ocupante de la habitación Complicidad previa al hecho y Descenso a Egipto . Viajero infatigable, recorrió toda la costa mediterránea española en plena Guerra Civil y publicó con regularidad hasta diez años antes de su muerte. Dedicó estos últimos años a la aparición en programas televisivos de carácter esotérico. Algernon Blackwood comprendió mejor que nadie, cuán plenamente viven algunos espíritus sensibles en el límite del sueño, y cuán relativamente leve es la distinción entre las imágenes formadas por objetos reales y las suscitadas por el fuego de la imaginación. ©

9. Algernon Blackwood Bibliography
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Algernon Blackwood (1869-1951) was born into a well-to-do Kentish family. His parents, converts to a Calvinistic sect, led an austere life, ill-suited to their dreamy and sensitive son. During adolescence, he became fascinated by hypnotism and the supernatural and, on leaving university, studied Hindu philosophy and occultism. Later, he was to draw on these beliefs and experiences in his writing. Sent away to Canada at the age of twenty, his attempts at making a living were wholly unsuccessful and shortly after his return to England, he began to write. The Empty House and Other Ghost Stories, published in 1906, was followed by a series of psychic detective stories, featuring John Silence, ‘physician extraordinary’. His reputation as one of the greatest exponents of supernatural fiction began to grow. Chiefly known for his ghost stories, Blackwood wrote in many different forms within the genre. His most personal works, however, are his ‘mystical’ novels, for example The Centaur, where he explores man’s empathy with the forces of the universe. Blackwood also wrote children’s fiction. A Prisoner in Fairyland was adapted into the play (later the musical), Starlight Express.

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14. Great Tales Of Terror And The Supernatural, Edited By Phyllis Cerf Wagner And He
(In the Midst of Life, 1909.). Blackwood, Algernon, (18691951) Ancient Sorceries,1908. (John Silence, Physician Extraordinary, 1908.) Confession, 1951.
Great Tales of Terror and the Supernatural, edited by Phyllis Cerf Wagner and Herbert A. Wise
The Modern Library/Random House, New York, 1943, 1994. ISBN: 0-679-60128-7
Fiction Index Aiken, Conrad,
Silent Snow, Secret Snow, Arlen, Michael,
The Gentleman from America, May Fair,
La Grande Breteche, Benson, E. F.,
Caterpillars, The Room in the Tower,
Mrs. Amworth, Visible and Invisible, Bierce, Ambrose,
The Boarded Window, In the Midst of Life, Blackwood, Algernon,
Ancient Sorceries, John Silence, Physician Extraordinary,
Confession, Wolves of God and Other Fey Stories, Bulwer-Lytton, Edward,
The Haunters and the Haunted; or, The House and the Brain, Weird Tales, May, 1923.) Collier, John,
Back for Christmas, The New Yorker, Collins, Charles Allston, (1828-1873) and Charles Dickens, (1812-1870) The Trial for Murder, All the Year Round, Christmas, 1865.) Collins, Wilkie, A Terribly Strange Bed, Connell, Richard, The Most Dangerous Game, Coppard, A. E., (Alfred Edgar Coppard) (1878-1957) Adam amd Eve and Pinch Me, Adam amd Eve and Pinch Me, Crawford, F. Marion

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17. Ancient Sorceries And Other Weird Stories - By Blackwood, Algernon
About the Author Algernon Blackwood (18691951) trained as a doctorand took up a special interest in Eastern medicine and religion.
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Algernon Blackwood (1869-1951) trained as a doctor and took up a special interest in Eastern medicine and religion. He published several short story collections before becoming an undercover agent for Britain during World War I. After the war he became known for his regular appearances reading ghost stories on BBC radio and television.
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By turns bizarre, unsettling, spooky, and sublime, Ancient Sorceries and Other Weird Stories showcases nine incomparable stories from master conjuror Algernon Blackwood. Evoking the uncanny spiritual forces of Nature, Blackwood's writings all tread the nebulous borderland between fantasy, awe, wonder, and horror. Here Blackwood displays his best and most disturbing work-including "The Willows," which Lovecraft singled out as "the single finest weird tale in literature"; "The Wendigo"; "The Insanity of Jones"; and "Sand."
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18. Algernon Blackwood - By Ashley, Mike
with friends and colleagues of the extraordinary Algernon Blackwood, as well as �From The Critics Publisher s Weekly Blackwood (18691951) remains among
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19. Algernon Blackwood - Bibliography Summary
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