English: The Horla (Le Horla) is the title of several woks by Guy de Maupassant: it was a short story published in , then a new version of. Learn more about Le Horla ( Shorter Version) by Guy de Maupassant. Add to your collection on Bookogs, find a copy in the Marketplace, or save for later. The Horla: The Horla, short story by Guy de Maupassant that is considered a and was revised, retitled “Le Horla,” and published again in October ; .

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If you create a free account and sign in, you will be able to customize what is displayed. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Le Horla early version Title Record Author: Guy de Maupassant Date: Le Horla Series Number: This is the first version of the story written by Guy de Maupassantabout 3, words longinitially published on October 26 in the daily newspaper Gil Blas.


A revised and lengthened version of it about about 7, words long was published the following year under the same title, “Le Horla”, differring considerably as far as its narrative structure was concerned.

Mental specialist Dr Marrande tells a few of his collegues about the curious case of a man who believes he is haunted by an invisible being. The patient is ushered, made to tell his story and answer questions. The doctor then states his inability to decide whether the man is mad or telling the truth. The publication format is non-standard. The details are usually provided publication notes.

The Horla by Guy de Maupassant

Any softcover book which is at least 7. Used for all hardbacks of any size. Typically 7″ by 4.

Copyright c Al von Ruff. De Horla Eerste Versie. Gil Blas, October 26, Het Spectrum Prisma Ravensburger Ravensburger Taschenbuch A Parisian Affair and Other Stories.

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