Harry Clarke’s book “Tales of Mystery and Imagination” contains amazing Poe inspired illustrations from the early 20th century.
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These are fantastic! Great images for Halloween!
I have an old leather bound copy of this book that was handed down to me from my grandparents – if everything else went up in flames and I could only save one thing, it would be this book.
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