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Carmilla by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
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I read an early-edition copy of this from 1858 or so. That was most of the enjoyment, was the beautiful font and those old-ass pages. And the ridiculous book sale catalog in the back from whatever harebrained Christian temperance vendor happened to p ...more
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