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A Descent Into Egypt PDF Epub A Descent Into Egypt By Algernon Blackwood Jwdfitness.co.uk A Long, Carefully Constructed Story In Which A Man S Soul Is Gradually Subsumed Into Eternity.

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10 thoughts on “A Descent Into Egypt

  1. says:

    a man lost, submerging, transforming, becoming the sublime a place and time beyond space and time human connections fall away and are reborn again, remade anew three people in a room descending into egypt, descending into...

  2. says:

    Maybelike 3 stars, but when it comes to Horror, I LOVE this kind of writing Written before WW 1, Descent Into Egypt captures the Public fascination for the old country Everyone wanted to walk like an Egyptian If you enjoyed Karloff s movie The Mummy, or the tone of it at least, you may enjoy Descent Into Egypt On the language end of things, with its wondrous and often sinister rhythms, there s a

  3. says:

    Tra le opere del maestro sicuramente ho preferito John Silence e altri incubi e The Wendigo, ma devo ammettere che anche questo Descend into Egypt sa il fatto suo Mentre lo leggevo ho riscontrato forti echi di Der Sandmann 1815 di E.T.A HOFFMANN e Il caso di Charles Dexter Ward 1941 di Lovecraft Ci che, a parer mio, lo rende superiore ad entrambi il contesto storico tangibile per i suoi lettori gli ingle

  4. says:

    This is a horror novella written in 1914 It s one of Blackwood s less popular works about a man telling his story about lost of his friend George Isley to the sublime It s not your typical story about ancient curses and grave robbers, what I honestly expected, but a melancholic and atmospheric story about transformation and t...

  5. says:

    Sorry, but this isn t my cup of tea I think that Blackwood exhausting prose finally got to me He is just too painfully evocative, mystic and descriptive, at the cost of narrative, that just does not cut for me Neither I find A Descent into Egypt particularly eerie or scary, neither I get the idea that someone could simply vanish in time and space, in spite of his physical presence or whatever On the other hand, his descri

  6. says:

    Everyone wonders about the history of Egypt as it reaches back beyond written history what is the magic of the landscape, the magic of the music Blackwood offers his take For myself, these are the roots of Om Khaltum.

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