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IT’S ALMOST FALL! Which brings lots of stuff around here: MAH BIRTHDAY, Hallowversary (when you get married on Halloween because you’re amazing!), baby birthday, cool weather, beautiful leaves, and a still and quiet darkness. 303 more words

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Theatre Review: "The Woman in Black"

Imaginable Horror:

“The Woman in Black,” Fortune Theatre, July 19

In a horror movie, surprises usually involve serial killers and an axe. Since it shares the genre of horror, theatregoers may expect “The Woman in Black”—a play based on Susan Hill’s eerie novel by the same name—to provide a similar experience. 1,128 more words

To Go Kupps

DEATH IS NOT AN ADVENTURE

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“This book is to be neither an accusation nor a confession, and least of all an adventure, for death is not an adventure to those who stand face to face with it. 435 more words

First World War

NEWS: The Woman in Black returns to Glasgow next year

On Monday 6th June, The Woman in Black celebrated its 27th anniversary in the West End. Stephen Mallatratt’s adaptation of Susan Hill’s best-selling novel has terrified more than seven million theatregoers since it first opened marking Robin Herford’s gripping production as a brilliantly successful study in atmosphere, illusion and controlled horror. 406 more words

Glasgow

Channelling My Inner Virginia

It took a call-out from Penguin’s elegant ‘book club centred around a magazine’, The Happy Reader, to an evening discussing Mrs Dalloway that encouraged me to read Virginia Woolf’s novel. 577 more words

Book Review: The Woman In Black by Susan Hill

You probably know this book from being a very popular movie, but it is an adult classic novel, which is definitely not what I normally read. 652 more words

The Woman in Black

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Author: Susan Hill

Genre: Horror

First Published: 1983

Page Count: 164

Type: Paperback

Film/ TV Adaptation: Yes*

Rating: 3/5 Stars

While not the scariest book on the block, it is still one of the best representations of a classic haunted house ghost story. 473 more words

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