(Short) (based on an original story by)
(based on the novel: "The Haunting of Hill House")
(novel "The Bird's Nest")
1948: "The Road Through the Wall" (novel, aka "The Other Side of the Street") 1949: "The Lottery, or The Adventures of James Harris" (collection) 1950: "Hangsaman" (novel) 1952: "Best Television Plays 1950-51" (includes Ellen M. Violett's TV script adaptation of "The Lottery") 1953: "Life Among the Savages" (autobiography) 1954...
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Did You Know?
"If I thought this was a valid cross section of the reading public, I would give up writing." (in response to the hate mail that met the publication of her famous story "The Lottery" in The New Yorker, 1948)
, in his book 'Danse Macabre' devotes a lengthy piece of prose to Jackson's opening paragraph of 'The Haunting of Hill House'. His analysis conveys the sheer unsettling power Jackson evokes in just a few short lines.