The Gothic Horror Collection for Symbian

The fog shrouded castle, the sound of clanking chains, they're all here including, "The Castle of Otranto," "The Mysteries of Udolpho" and that ultimate bad-boy, "The Monk".
The Gothic Horror Collection
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Version: 1.0

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The Gothic Horror Collection by: Rampart Software Development, last updated: 14/06/2006

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About The Gothic Horror Collection

Gothic Horror PalmThe fog shrouded castle, the sound of clanking chains, old secrets unveiled, and unspeakable evil lurking - these are the hallmarks of the Gothic horror genre, and no where are they better displayed than in The Gothic Horror Collection. This collection includes the classics of the genre: • The Castle of Otranto • The Monk • Dracula • The Mysteries of Udolpho • Frankenstein • Northanger Abbey • The History of the Caliph Vathek • The Romance of the Forest • The Italian • Uncle Silas • Melmoth the Wanderer   Beginning with the publication of Horace Walpole's "The Castle of Otranto" in 1764, the gothic horror genre reached a fever pitch in late 18th and early 19th century England with Ann Radcliffe's "The Mysteries of Udolpho" in 1794 and "The Italian in 1797, Matthew Lewis's "The Monk" in 1796, Jane Austen's "Northanger Abbey" in 1817, Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" in 1818, and Charles Maturin's "Melmoth the Wanderer" in 1820. The gothic horror tradition - terror, mystery, the supernatural, darkness, death, madness and secrets - continues today with such writers as Stephen King and Anne Rice. Did You Know? After his release from jail, Oscar Wilde went by the name Sebastian Melmoth as an acknowledgment to "Melmoth the Wanderer." To read The Gothic Horror Collection on your Symbian-based phone, you must first install an ebook reader. We suggest Mobipocket Reader, which you can download for free from their web site. Because The Gothic Horror Collection is downloaded in a zipped format, you must first unzip it using either Winzip or Stuffit Expander on your PC or Mac. Then, use your desktop software to install the books you want to read to your phone, start Mobipocket Reader, and select a book. It's that easy!

The Gothic Horror Collection, compatible Devices

BenQ P30, Motorola A1000, Motorola A925, Nokia 3230, Nokia 3250, Nokia 3600, Nokia 3620, Nokia 3650, Nokia 3660, Nokia 5500d, Nokia 6260, Nokia 6600, Nokia 6620, Nokia 6630, Nokia 6670, Nokia 6680, Nokia 6681, Nokia 6682, Nokia 6708, Nokia 7610, Nokia 7650, Nokia 7710, Nokia 9210 Communicator, Nokia 9290 Communicator, Nokia 9300, Nokia 9500, Nokia E50, Nokia E60, Nokia E61, Nokia E62, Nokia E70, Nokia N-Gage, Nokia N-Gage QD, Nokia N70, Nokia N71, Nokia N72, Nokia N73, Nokia N75, Nokia N80, Nokia N90, Nokia N91, Nokia N92, Nokia N93, Nokia N95, Panasonic X700, Panasonic X800, Samsung SGH-D720, Samsung SGH-D730, SendoX, Siemens SX1, Sony Ericsson P800, Sony Ericsson P900, Sony Ericsson P910, Sony Ericsson P990, Sony Ericsson W950
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