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The White People It Was Winter Time, And There Were Black Terrible Woods Hanging From The Hills All Round It Was Like Seeing A Large Room Hung With Black Curtains, And The Shape Of The Trees Seemed Quite Different From Any I Had Ever Seen Before I Was Afraid Then Beyond The Woods There Were Other Hills Round In A Great Ring, But I Had Never Seen Any Of Them It All Looked Black, And Everything Had A Voor Over It It Was All So Still And Silent, And The Sky Was Heavy And Grey And Sad, Like A Wicked Voorish Dome In Deep Dendo.

[Epub] ↠ The White People  Author Arthur Machen – Snapchatlogin.us
  • Paperback
  • 48 pages
  • The White People
  • Arthur Machen
  • English
  • 11 October 2017
  • 1419187821

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  1. says:

    Curious Younger Fellow Tell me, what is True Evil His Esteemed Elder, A Worldly Raconteur True Evil is the striving towards a higher place but choosing a different path to get there it is the attempt to ascend to Godhood without being godly A true sinner may have committed no sin but in his striving a m...


  2. says:

    Based on Eddie s STELLAR of another Machen novel, i read this short story on my break today First of all, the introduction is one of the most amazing explorations of the notion of evil that I have yet to read, and was a perfect transition from Wise Blood, a much later novel exploring similar issues This story, however, examines sin from a very different angle than O Connor the Catholic s approach sin CatholicThe text concerns a young girl and her s Based on Eddie s STELLAR of another Machen novel, i read this short story on my break today First of all, the introduction is one of the most amazing explorations of the notion of evil that I have yet to read, and was a perfect transition from Wise Blood, a much later novel exploring similar issues This story, however, examines sin from a very different angle than O Connor the Catholic s approach sin CatholicThe text concerns a young girl and her stories of seemingly innocent deeds deemed to be evil due to reasons other than those listed in the Ten Commandments In fact, to the prologue epilogue narrator is that supposed to be Ambrose like Bierce, Ambrose Bierce Doesn t Eddie hate that guy even murderers are less sinners than they are societal nuisances The same goes for thieves he raises the question do you consider Robin Hood to be a sinner So what actually does makes a legitimately sinful sin Well, it s dodgy, but ...


  3. says:

    The influences this story has had on weird literature and horror in general are very visible, from Lovecraft s Necronomicon to Navidson records in House of Leaves and most probably Pan s Labyrinth And even to a seasoned reader, Machen s delightful narrative in its misdirections still offers a reading experience that yearns for .In structure, The White People, essentially, is a discussion on the nature of evil with an atmospheric meta narrative suggestive of illusions, witchcraft and The influences this story has had on weird literature and horror in general are very visible, from Lovecraft s Necronomicon to Navidson records in House of Leaves and most probably Pan s La...


  4. says:

    I reread this work, originally written in the 1890s and published in 1904, in preparation for teaching my course on H.P Lovecraft In Supernatural Horror in Literature, Lovecraft writes that Machen s narrative, a triumph of skilful selectiveness and restraint, accumulates enormous power as it flows on in a stream of innocent childish prattle It is a fascinating story Two men discuss the nature of...


  5. says:

    Arthur Machens the White People allows us a peek into an otherworld that at once revolts and captivates The greater part of the story is told from the perspective of a young girl as she records her exploration of a forbidden landscape She has come into esoteric knowledge that allows her to enter into an enchanted dimension that is both full of wonder and dread The world that she traverses as it is described so simply and powerfully by Machen held me spellbound, and stayed with me long after I Arthur Machens the White People allows us a peek into an otherworld that at once revolts and captivates The greater part of the story is told from the perspective of a young girl as she records her exploration of a forbidden landscape She has come into esoteric knowledge that allows her to enter into an enchanted dimension that is both full of wonder and dread The world that she traverses as it is described so simply and powerfully by Machen held me spellbound, and stayed with me long after I had finished...


  6. says:

    Dazzling, psychedelic novel about surreal world placed in an Celtic sanctuary.


  7. says:

    Arthur Machen s The White People had been on my reading list for a long time The story starts as a singular, philosophical study on the nature of good and evil and evolves into a chillingly delightful tale brimming with dark, paganistic rituals, weird occurrences and sorcery only to break off abruptly on the cusp of some kind of supreme revelation.The beginning of The White People offers to the reader an intriguing intake on the topic of saints and sinners Cotgrave and Ambrose discuss the natu Arthur Machen s The White People had been on my reading list for a long time The story starts as a singular, philosophical study on the nature of good and evil and evolves into a chillingly delightful tale brimming with dark, paganistic rituals, weird occurrences and sorcery only to break off abruptly on the cusp of some kind of supreme revelation.The beginning of The White People offers to the reader an intriguing intake on the topic of saints and sinners Cotgrave and Ambrose discuss the nature of sin According to the second,So you see that while the good and the evil are unnatural to man as he now is to man the social, civilized being evil is unnatural in a much deeper sense than good The saint endeavours to recover a gift which he has lost the sinner tries to obtain something which he was never his In brief, he re...


  8. says:

    ok, here we go I listened to the Librivox recording of this story I m glad I did if I had read this I doubt I would ve made it past the 1st part the recording is broke up into 3 parts the first part Ambrose buddy are talking about sin I felt like that whole section was nothing but him repeating everything over over and it was very heavy, not idea to listen to while you work the 2nd part is the stories I enjoyed this part very much then the last part was Ambrose buddy ok, here we go I listened to the Librivox recording of this story I m glad I did if I had read this I doubt I would ve made it past the 1st part the recording is ...


  9. says:

    One of the most beautiful and terrifying stories in the English language, in my opinion Hallucinatory and dreamlike, and shot through with both a yearning for and terror of darker,superstitious ages I can t think of anything to compare it to.


  10. says:

    This was so well written I was literally on the brink of tears at times, and it s also a pretty horrifying tale when it wants to be.

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