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Studies of Death

by Count Stanislaus Eric Stenbock

It is a collection of seven short stories, first published in 1894. The stories are all set in the late 19th century, and they explore the themes of death, decay, and the supernatural. The stories are written in a dark and macabre style, and they often feature young men who are haunted by the ghosts of their loved ones. The stories are also notable for their vivid imagery and their exploration of the darker side of human nature. "Studies of Death" is a classic work of Gothic fiction, and it has been praised for its originality and its powerful imagery. The stories have been compared to the work of Edgar Allan Poe and Oscar Wilde, and they have been cited as an influence on the work of Stephen King and Anne Rice. The book is relevant to young readers because it deals with issues that are important to young people, such as death, loss, and the meaning of life. The stories are also entertaining and suspenseful, and they will appeal to young readers who enjoy a good story.


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Count Stanislaus Eric Stenbock was a Baltic Swedish poet and writer of macabre fantastic fiction.Stenbock was the count of Bogesund and the heir to an estate near Kolga in Estonia. He was the son of L...

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