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C. F. Keary’s ’Twixt Dog and Wolf (1901) getting reprinted

Valancourt Books - General Discussion: A Rarity of Weird Fiction: ’Twixt Dog and Wolf (1901) by C. F. Keary (showing 1-7 of 7)

I don't think any of this rings a bell, but apparently it's very sought after.

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Re: C. F. Keary’s ’Twixt Dog and Wolf (1901) getting reprinted

This is out:


Any impressions?Never heard of him before, but he was apparently praised by the likes of Joyce, Chesterton and Buchan in his lifetime.
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Re: C. F. Keary’s ’Twixt Dog and Wolf (1901) getting reprinted

H. Ogram Matuce. The Wanderer. No wonder why Joyce liked him.

The title of Keary's collection was, if memory serves, a French phrase and a favorite of Boris Karloff's. "The hour between the dog and the wolf."
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