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Gruselkabinett, Folge 112: Der Ebenholzrahmen
Gruselkabinett, Folge 112: Der Ebenholzrahmen
Gruselkabinett, Folge 112: Der Ebenholzrahmen
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Gruselkabinett, Folge 112: Der Ebenholzrahmen

Geschrieben von Edith Nesbit

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London 1923: Philipp Devigne ist nicht wenig erstaunt, von seiner reichen Tante ein altes viktorianisches Haus im Londoner Nobel-Stadtteil Chelsea zu erben. Über dem Kamin im Speisezimmer hängt in dem ansonsten erlesen möblierten Haus ein billiger Druck in einem aufwändigen Ebenholzrahmen. Wie sich herausstellt, hat es damit eine unheimliche Bewandtnis...?
SpracheDeutsch
HerausgeberTitania Medien
Erscheinungsdatum15. Juni 2018
Gruselkabinett, Folge 112: Der Ebenholzrahmen
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Edith Nesbit

Edith Nesbit (1858-1924) was an English writer of children’s literature. Born in Kennington, Nesbit was raised by her mother following the death of her father—a prominent chemist—when she was only four years old. Due to her sister Mary’s struggle with tuberculosis, the family travelled throughout England, France, Spain, and Germany for years. After Mary passed, Edith and her mother returned to England for good, eventually settling in London where, at eighteen, Edith met her future husband, a bank clerk named Hubert Bland. The two—who became prominent socialists and were founding members of the Fabian Society—had a famously difficult marriage, and both had numerous affairs. Nesbit began her career as a poet, eventually turning to children’s literature and publishing around forty novels, story collections, and picture books. A contemporary of such figures of Lewis Carroll and Kenneth Grahame, Nesbit was notable as a writer who pioneered the children’s adventure story in fiction. Among her most popular works are The Railway Children (1906) and The Story of the Amulet (1906), the former of which was adapted into a 1970 film, and the latter of which served as a profound influence on C.S. Lewis’ Narnia series. A friend and mentor to George Bernard Shaw and H.G. Wells, Nesbit’s work has inspired and entertained generations of children and adults, including such authors as J.K. Rowling, Noël Coward, and P.L. Travers.

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