Originally published in 1895, Robert W. Chambers' The King in Yellow is a marvel of supernatural fiction that has influenced a number of writers in the genre, most notably H. P. Lovecraft. Its powerful combination of horror and lyrical prose has made it a classic, a masterpiece of weird fiction that endures to this day.
There is a book that is shrouded in mystery. Some even say it's a myth. Within its pages is a play—one that brings madness and despair to all who read it. It is the play of the King in Yellow, and it will haunt you for the rest of your days.
The King in Yellow is a collection of stories interwoven loosely by the elements of the play, including the central figure himself.
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Robert W. Chambers (Author)
Robert W. Chambers (1865-1933) was an illustrator, novelist, and short-story writer. His best-known book, The King in Yellow, is regarded as one of the most important works of American supernatural fiction. He also wrote historical fiction, severa...
Gabrielle De Cuir (Contributor)
Gabrielle de Cuir, award-winning narration, has narrated over two hundred titles and specializes in fantasy, humor, and titles requiring extensive foreign language and accent skills. She was a cowinner of the Audie Award for best narration in 2011...
Claire Bloom (Director)
Claire Bloom, CBE, is an English film and stage actress, known for leading roles in plays such as Streetcar Named Desire, A Doll's House, and Long Day's Journey into Night, along with nearly sixty films and countless television roles, during a car...
- Author :
- Robert W. Chambers
- Contributor :
- Gabrielle De Cuir
- Narrator :
- Stefan Rudnicki
- Director :
- Claire Bloom