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The King In Yellow

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  1. Jul 01,  · The King in Yellow Contents: The repairer of reputations -- The mask -- The yellow sign -- The Demoiselle d'Ys -- The prophets' paradise -- The Street of the Four Winds -- The street of the first shell -- The street of Our Lady of the Fields -- Rue Barrée. Language: English: LoC Class: PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian.
  2. In Chambers' The King in Yellow (), a collection some of which are horror stories, Hastur is the name of a potentially supernatural character (in "The Demoiselle D'Ys"), a place (in "The Repairer of Reputations"), and mentioned without explanation in "The Yellow Sign".
  3. The King in Yellow and Other Horror Stories is a collection drawn from four books of short stories: The King in Yellow (), The Maker of Moons (), The Mystery of Choice (), and In Search of the Unknown (). These twelve stories are certainly dated and might not be counted among the best short fiction ever written, but they all /5.
  4. Feb 27,  · The King in Yellow is a "must-read" for connoisseurs of the genre, highly recommended." — Midwest Book Review "Lovecraft fans and connoisseurs of the weird will enjoy discovering this pioneering author." — Booklist "A fantastic classic horror novel written by a 1/5(1).
  5. The King in Yellow, you see, is actually not a collection of stories at all; it is a play within a collection of stories-a play suppressed by governments and denounced entirely by both 'pulpit and press', a play capable of opening the mind to truths of such wicked import that to look upon them once is to look upon the face of madness/5(16).
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  7. is The King in Yellow, a collection of weird fiction short stories, connected by the theme of a book (to which the title refers) which drives those who read it insane. Chambers' fictitious drama The King in Yellow features in Karl Edward Wagner's story "The River of Night's Dreaming", while James Blish's.
  8. The King In Yellow usually takes the form of a gigantic human dressed in tattered yellow robes, occasionally with wings or a halo. It usually wears the Pallid Mask which conceals the hideousness of its appearance. Worship of this being has increased dramatically in recent years, and many artists and intellectuals have fallen under the King's sway.

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