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The White Hands and Other Weird Tales

Mark Samuels

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Status in production
Release Date Winter 2020
Limitation 24 copies
Size 19 × 31 cm
ISBN 978-3-945795-66-8
Edition lettered edition
Workmanship Full leather bound with a title shield and Zagava logo in white. 5 raised bands and hand-marbled endpapers (custom-made by British artist Jemma Lewis). Front board embossed in gold with the signature of Mark Samuels.
Signed by the author.

Content

Muswell attempted single-handedly to alter the academic criteria of excellence in literature. He sought to eradicate what he termed the “tyranny of materialism and realism” from his teaching. He would loom over us in his black robes at lectures and tutorials, tearing prescribed and classic books to shreds with his gloved hands, urging us to read instead work by the likes of Sheridan Le Fanu, Vernon Lee, M.R. James and Lilith Blake. Muswell was a familiar sight amongst the squares and courtyards of the colleges at night and would stalk abroad like some bookish revenant. He had a plump face and a pair of circular spectacles. His eyes peered into the darkness with an indefinable expression that could be somewhat disturbing.