Hodgson, William Hope

15 November 1877 - 17 April 1918

Sometimes known as W. H. Hodgson, British writer of supernaturalist and sea-adventure stories.

Sites:
Hodgson resource page
Includes a biographical essay and select bibliography [Alan Gullette]
Overview
[Dani Zweig, Belated Reviews]
Bibliography
[FantasticFiction]
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Etexts:
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Boats of the 'Glen Carrig'
- at eServer

Carnacki the Ghost Finder
- at Gaslight

"The Derelict" [1912]
- at Gaslight (63K)

The Ghost Pirates [1909]
- at eServer

The House on the Borderland [1908]
Perhaps Hodgson's best-known work, this grim tale of subterranean evil and alternate dimensions was a significant influence on H. P. Lovecraft
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The Night Land
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Essays and Reviews:
"William Hope Hodgson"
Discussion of Hodgson in the tradition of the "supernatural detection" mystery. [A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection, Michael E. Grost]
"H. P. Lovecraft on William Hope Hodgson"
Excerpt from Lovecraft's famous essay "Supernatural Horror in Literature." [The Night Land]
"William Hope Hodgson."