Pan's Garden- (1912) PDF by Algernon Blackwood

Pan's Garden, the volume of nature stories; 

Pan's Garden


Blackwood's most distinctive contribution to the weird tale is his ability to evoke the unique spirit of a particular natural setting or phenomenon, whether it be a willow-choked river island, a tract of the Canadian wilderness, or a wind blowing from the south. Pan's Garden--as its name implies--is composed almost exclusively of such stories and is therefore essential reading for anyone with a serious interest in Blackwood.

Contents:
The man whom the trees loved . . . . 3 

The south wind . . . . . . .105 

The sea fit 115 

The attic . . . . . . . . .137 

The heath fire . . . . . . . .151 

The messenger . . . . . , . .167 

The glamour of the snow . . . . .177 

The return . . . . . . . .213 

Sand .......... 225 

The transfer . . . . 3^3 

Clairvoyance . . . 363 

The golden fly ....... 375 

Special delivery ........ 387 

The destruction of smith ...... 405 

The temptation of the clay. 419 


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