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THE HAUNTED WOMAN
David Lindsay

A beautiful supernatural story about transcendent love and
transcendent consciousness set in and around the Brighton of
the 1920's.

David Lindsay's second novel was serialized in The Daily News in
1921 and published in book form with the current text in 1922.

The influence of
George Macdonald's metaphysical and
fantastical works is evident in this story and Lindsay's work is
known to have influenced C. S. Lewis, Tolkien and other 'Inklings'.

The strange staircase only present to certain persons and at
certain times is reminiscent of the vanishing tower in
MacDonald's '
The Princess and the Goblin' which Lewis praised
so highly.

For someone who hasn't read any of Lindsay's books 'The
Haunted Woman' is an excellent place to start.
Paperback: 13.00 GBP
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