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The Yellow Wallpaper (Paperback)

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Paperback 30 Pages / Published: 24/04/2018
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Publisher: Blurb
ISBN: 9781366090737
Number of pages: 30
Weight: 41 g
Dimensions: 203 x 127 x 2 mm

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“Gets under your skin.”

This is perfectly creepy, the way it keeps subtley and slowly turning on its side until it is upside down makes your eyes wide and your skin tingle.

Paperback edition
26th January 2012
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“Captivatng”

A wonderfully disturbing story! You feel the pain of all the characters, not just the leading lady even though everything is through her eyes. With that being said you get so sucked into her way of thinking that you... More

Paperback edition
28th December 2016
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“Either this Wallpaper goes or I do...”

This collection includes six stories, all published between 1892 and 1914 and all unexpectedly relevant and modern in their message. I think my favourites were 'Making a Change', the story of a young family... More

Paperback edition
11th November 2012
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