(From the publisher):
Robert Aickman's strange stories - his preferred term for them - are the subtle and leisurely explorations of psychological displacement and paranoia. Having none of the shock effects and conventional imagery of horror, they are meticulous, quiet, and thoroughly disturbing. His characters are ordinary but gradually touched with dread until they are drawn into the deeper, darker, and infinitely more dismaying world of the terrors within.
Whether you enter The Inner Room, a doll's house with a secret, The Wine-Dark Sea, where a man's thoughts are trapped in Hellenic Greece, or Into the Wood, a sanatorium for the sleepless, you do so at your peril. Robert Aickman will bring you mounting panic and lasting disquiet.
- The Wine-Dark Sea
- The Trains
- Your Tiny Hand Is Frozen
- Growing Boys
- The Fetch
- The Inner Room
- Never Visit Venice
- *The Next Glade
- Into the Wood
- *Bind Your Hair
- *The Stains
Stories marked with a star were omitted from the 1990 UK edition by the same title.
Original title: The Wine-Dark Sea
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ The occult and Supernatural
Fiction→ Horror→ Psychological Horror
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