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The Story of Noichi the Blind

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Published by Cemetery Dance Pubns .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Horror - General,
  • Suspense,
  • Fiction,
  • Horror

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAlan, Ph.D. Drew (Editor), Chet Williamson (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages97
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12322598M
    ISBN 101587671670
    ISBN 109781587671678
    OCLC/WorldCa166359164


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Chet Williamson's The Story of Noichi the Blind blends Japanese classicism with the tropes of contemporary horror to create the most literate yet stomach-churning tale this writer has ever told. Purported to be a possibly lost Lafcadio Hearn manuscript, this Japanese "folk tale" (complete with introduction and scholarly afterword) tells the /5.

Chet Williamson's The Story of Noichi the Blind blends Japanese classicism with the tropes of contemporary horror to create the most literate yet stomach-churning tale this writer has ever told.

Purported to be a possibly lost Lafcadio Hearn manuscript, this Japanese "folk tale" (complete with introduction and scholarly afterword) tells the 4/5(2). About the Book: Chet Williamson's The Story of Noichi the Blind blends Japanese classicism with the tropes of contemporary horror to create the most literate yet stomach-churning tale this writer has ever told.

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