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Old 09-26-2008   #1
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Ligotti in Greek


Well this is the cover of the greek edition of the Nightmare Factory. This volume is a collection of Thomas work and not a translation of the prototype. The stories included were selected by him and the editor. It isn't dark enough but it's ok...

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Re: Ligotti in Greek

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This volume is a collection of Thomas work and not a translation of the prototype. The stories included, were selected by him and the editor. It isn't dark enough but it's ok...
I'm a curious sort of fellow. What stories are included in the collection?

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Re: Ligotti in Greek

For you my friend here is a list of the stories from the greek edition

From Songs of a Dead Dreamer:
The Frolic
Les Fleurs
Dream of a Mannikin
Dr. Locrian's Asylum
The Sect of the Idiot
The Greater Festival of Masks
Vastarien
Professor Nobody's Little Lectures on Supernatural Horror
Notes on the writing of Horror: A Story

From Grimscribe:
Flowers of the Abyss
Nethescurial
The Mystics of Muelenburg
The Cocoons
The Library of Byzantium
The Shadow at the Bottom of the World

From Noctuary:
The Medusa
The Tsalal
The voice in the bones

From Teatro Grottesco and Other Tales:
Teatro Grottesco
Severini
The Red Tower

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Re: Ligotti in Greek

Here are some photos of this book.Two editions were released, the first one (with the colored cover) was in 1999, while the second one was a part of a limited seven-books boxset called "Σ Κ Ο Τ Α Δ Ι" (2001).Basically the one with the black/white cover is an exact reprint with different cover.
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Re: Ligotti in Greek

Very cool. Thanks for the photos!

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