The Ladies of Grace Adieu
and other stories
On Lickerish Hill
The Duke of Wellington misplaces his horse
Mr. Simonelli, or, the fairy widower
Tom Brightwind, or, how the fairy bridge was built at Thoresby
Antickes and frets
John Uskglass and the Cumbrian charcoal burner
From Library Staff
Magic, madam, is like wine and, if you are not used to it, it will make you drunk Faerie is never as far away as you think. Sometimes you find you have crossed an invisible line and must cope, as best you can, with petulant princesses, vengeful owls, ladies who pass their time embroidering terrib... Read More »
Following the enormous success of 2004 bestseller and critics' favoriteJonathan Strange & Mr Norrell, Susanna Clarke delivers a delicious collection of ten stories set in the same fairy-crossed world of 19th-century England.
A collection of short stories that is written in the style of Jane Austen set in Susanna Clarke's inimitable world of magic and fay.
Stories from an alternate 19th century England where magic is a field of study yet Austen's heroines would not be out of place.
a delicious collection of ten stories set in the same fairy-crossed world of 19th-century England. With Clarke's characteristic historical detail and diction, these dark, enchanting tales unfold in a slightly distorted version of our own world, where people are bedeviled by mischievous interventi... Read More »
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