y Devil Dolls and Duplicates in Australian Horror anthology   short story   horror  
Issue Details: First known date: 2011 2011
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Contents

* Contents derived from the Mandurah, Mandurah area, Mandurah - Harvey area, Far Southwest Western Australia, Western Australia,: Equilibrium Books , 2011 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Introduction, Anthony Ferguson , 2011 single work essay
Argues that in the history of horror fiction there have been many stories written about evil dolls and other replications of the human form, and that these themes have been frequently visited by Australian writers.
(p. 7-10)
Human Repetends, Marcus Clarke , 1872 single work short story crime
This story was first published in the Australasian, 14 September, 1872, with the title 'Human Repetends'. This version of the story, which includes a character called Marston, has been republished several times in anthologies and selections. A second version of the story, with a different beginning and featuring a character called Hylton, was first published in the posthumous selection Sensational Tales with the title 'A Mysterious Coincidence'. This version has been republished under both titles.
(p. 11-20)
Note: With title: 'Human Repetends'
Automaton, Wynne Whiteford , 1935 single work short story (p. 21-24)
Brainspawn, Van Ikin , 1974 single work short story science fiction (p. 25-34)
Note: With title: And Eve Was Drawn from the Rib of Adam
This Is for You, Michael Wilding , 1988 single work short story (p. 35-37)
A Single Shadow, Stephen Dedman , 1998 single work short story horror (p. 39-48)
The Third Sigil, Jason Franks , 2011 single work short story horror (p. 49-56)
Porcelain, James A. Hartley , 2011 single work short story horror (p. 57-64)
The Girl-Thing, Sean Williams , 2008 single work short story horror (p. 65-92)
Confessions of a Pod Person, Chuck McKenzie , 2002 single work short story horror (p. 93-102)
The Divergence Tree, Lee Battersby , 2002 single work short story horror (p. 103-111)
Excerpt from In Quinn's Paddock, Rick Kennett , 2011 extract novella (p. 113-118)
La Sentinelle, Lucy Sussex , 2003 single work novella horror fantasy (p. 119-165)
Spare Parts, Jason Nahrung , 2011 single work short story horror (p. 167-171)
Regolith, Robert Hood , 2004 single work short story horror

Bridging the present and the future and the Earth and the Moon, the story concerns two archaeologists who find the burial chamber of an aristocratic scholar and kabbalist who sought the secret of eternal life. Meanwhile a worker on the moon is part of a project to bring water back to the moon.

(p. 173-193)
Doll Money, Kaaron Warren , 2010 single work short story horror (p. 195-201)
Calliope : A Steam Romance, Andrew J. McKiernan , 2007 single work short story horror

A man falls for a beautiful singing automaton who works in a travelling circus.

(p. 203-225)
Last Chance to See, Tracie McBride , 2011 single work short story horror (p. 227-233)
Blessed Are the Dead That the Rain Falls Upon, Martin J. Livings , 2009 single work short story science fiction (p. 235-255)
The Guardian Radburn, B. Michael Radburn , 2009 single work short story horror (p. 257-263)

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Works about this Work

Introduction Anthony Ferguson , 2011 single work essay
— Appears in: Devil Dolls and Duplicates in Australian Horror 2011; (p. 7-10)
Argues that in the history of horror fiction there have been many stories written about evil dolls and other replications of the human form, and that these themes have been frequently visited by Australian writers.
Introduction Anthony Ferguson , 2011 single work essay
— Appears in: Devil Dolls and Duplicates in Australian Horror 2011; (p. 7-10)
Argues that in the history of horror fiction there have been many stories written about evil dolls and other replications of the human form, and that these themes have been frequently visited by Australian writers.
Last amended 18 May 2011 13:18:01
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