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Literature for
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Original Literary Source
Bloch, Robert. "Frozen Fear". (New York City, New York, USA), Weird Tales, Inc., Vol. 39, Iss. 5, May 1946, Pg. 87-93, (MG), (short story)
Bloch, Robert. "Lucy Comes to Stay". (New York City, New York, USA), Weird Tales, Inc., Vol. 44, Iss. 2, January 1952, Pg. 30-33, (MG), (short story)
Bloch, Robert. "Mannikins of Horror". (New York City, New York, USA), Weird Tales, Inc., Vol. 34, Iss. 6, December 1939, (MG), (short story)
Bloch, Robert. "Weird Taylor, The". (New York City, New York, USA), Weird Tales, Inc., Vol. 42, Iss. 5, July 1950, Pg. 6-17, (MG), (short story)

Printed Media Reviews
Ángeles Masó. "Refugio macabro". In: "La Vanguardia" (Barcelona), 13 July 1973, Pg. 46, (NP)

Adaptation of Literary Source
Johnston, William. "Asylum". (New York City, New York, USA), Bantam Books, 4 December 1972, Pg. 139, (BK), (Novelization of the screenplay by Robert Bloch)

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