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In A Glass Darkly

Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1886. Excerpt: ... PROLOGUE. OUT of about two hundred and thirty cases, more or less nearly akin to that I have entitled "Green Tea," I select the following, which I call "The Familiar." To this MS., Doctor Hesselius has, after his wont,...

Series: Elibron Classics
Paperback: 296 pages
Publisher: Adamant Media Corporation (June 23, 2000)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1402199384
ISBN-13: 978-1402199387
Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.7 x 8.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 12598096
Format: PDF Text djvu book

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“This is a classic work of Gothic horror fiction. Introduced as being a transcription of selected notes of a physician Dr. Martin Hesselius, I thought this was going to be a "paranormal investigator's casebook" type of short stories serial, and instea...”

attached some sheets of letter-paper, on which are written, in his hand nearly as compact as print, his own remarks upon the case. He says-- "In point of conscience, no more unexceptionable narrator, than the venerable Irish Clergyman who has given me this paper, on Mr. Barton's case, could have been chosen. The statement is, however, medically imperfect. The report of an intelligent physician, who had marked its progress, and attended the patient, from its earlier stages to its close, would have supplied what is wanting to enable me to pronounce with confidence. I should have been acquainted with Mr. Barton's probable hereditary predispositions; I should have known, possibly, by very early indications, somethingof a remoter origin of the disease than can now be ascertained. "In a rough way, we may reduce all similar cases to three distinct classes. They are founded on the primary distinction between the subjective and the objective. Of those whose senses are alleged to be subject to supernatural impressions--some are simply visionaries, and propagate the illusions of which they complain, from diseased brain or nerves. Others are, unquestionably, infested by, as we term them, spiritual agencies, exterior to themselves. Others, again, owe their sufferings to a mixed condition. The interior sense, it is true, is opened; but it has been and continues open by the action of disease. This form of disease may, in one sense, be compared to the loss of the scarf-skin, and a consequent exposure of surfaces for whose excessive sensitiveness, nature has provided a muffling. The l...