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The Haunted Woman is a dark, metaphysical fantasy novel by British writer David Lindsay. It was first published, somewhat cut, as a serial in The Daily News in 1921. It was first published in book form by Methuen & Co. Lt. London, in 1922. The work supposedly marked Lindsay's attempt to write a more "commercial" novel after the initial failure of his first work, A Voyage to Arcturus (1920), though he began it before that work was published. It was reissued by Gollancz in 1947
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As a busy underwriting member of Lloyd's, he could ill afford the time-he was over there for upwards of a fortnight-but no alternative had presented itself.
These were only a part of the bloodcurdling curse haunting the old estate
These were only a part of the bloodcurdling curse haunting the old estate . An innocent and unsuspecting young governess falls prey to a bizarre family curse.
Directed by Jan Pavlacky. With Jason Hawkins, Tina, Jason Reynolds, Tamara. After moving into a new apartment with his family, a boy is haunted by frequent visions of a ghostly woman hanging in his closet. Director: Jan Pavlacky.
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The Haunted Woman was Lindsay's attempt to write a more commercial novel than its fantasy predecessor, A Voyage . The Haunted Woman was reprinted as the fourth volume of the celebrated Newcastle Forgotten Fantasy Library.
The Haunted Woman was Lindsay's attempt to write a more commercial novel than its fantasy predecessor, A Voyage to Arcturus. Though neither book was successful in its day, both became cult classics. This is a Librivox recording.