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The haunting image from the once ubiquitous '60s paperback edition of Shirley Jackson's WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE, a troubling tale of outsiders that evokes memories of "Grey Gardens." This troubling image was ripped off wholesale for the key art of an Asian horror film, the name of which escapes me.

The haunting image from the once ubiquitous '60s paperback edition of Shirley Jackson's WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE, a troubling tale of outsiders that evokes memories of "Grey Gardens." This troubling image was ripped off wholesale for the key art of an Asian horror film, the name of which escapes me.

This is one of the few Satanic gothics. The stories have lost their shock value, but they are rare and generally readable.

This is one of the few Satanic gothics. The stories have lost their shock value, but they are rare and generally readable.

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