London, Scholartis Press, 1929. Hardcover. Item #15922
"From the fall of the house of Otranto to the fall of the House of Usher, the Gothic universe would remain a place of instability and terror where universal darkness buries all." Barron; Horror Literature, 1-108. "One of the leaders in the Gothic revival of the 18th century. Enormously important historically in offering a pattern for scores of successors." Bleiler; Supernatural Fiction, 1651. Includes a 64 page introductory essay by Doughy about the novel. Review slip made out to the editor of New Review of English Studies with publication to be Feb, 2nd, 1929. Bound in original dark brown cloth with lettering in gilt. A vey good, very sound copy with only a spot of foxing here and there.