The Grotesque

A Novel

McGrath, Patrick

(Book - 1989)
Average Rating: 5 stars out of 5.
The Grotesque
This exuberantly spooky novel, in which horror, repressed eroticism, and sulfurous social comedy intertwine like the vines in an overgrown English garden, is now a major motion picture, starring Alan Bates, Sting, and Theresa Russell. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Publisher: New York :, Poseidon Press,, [1989], ©1989
ISBN: 067166509X
Branch Call Number: FICTION McG
Characteristics: 186 pages ; 23 cm


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