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H.P. Lovecraft's Selection of British & Irish Horror [with links]

Here are all the British and Irish authors recommended by H.P. Lovecraft in "Supernatural Horror in Literature" (especially from Section IX - "The Weird Tradition in the British Isles", but I've tried to pick out the key references from the rest as well).

All links go to free, legal online reading:

The Gods of Pegana by SimeE.F. Benson - "The Man Who Went Too Far", "The Face"Visible and Invisible (esp. "Negotiam Perambulans" and "The Horror-Horn") 

Algernon Blackwood - "The Willows", "An Episode in a Lodging House", "The Listener"Incredible Adentures, John Silence, Jimbo, The Centaur

Gerald Bliss - The Door of the Unreal

Emily Brontë - Wuthering Heights

Robert Browning - Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came 

John Buchan - Witch Wood"The Green Wildebeest", "The Wind in the Portico", "Skule Skerry"

Lord Edward Bulwer-Lytton - Zanoni, A Strange Story

Walter de la Mare -  The Return"Seaton's Aunt", "The Tree", "Out of the Deep", "A Recluse" "Mr. Kempe", "All-Hallows"The Listeners

Daniel Defoe - "A Relation of the Apparition of Mrs. Veal"

A.C. Doyle -  "The Captain of the Pole-Star", "Lot No. 249"

H.B. Drake - "The Shadowy Thing"

Lord Dunsany - The Book of Wonder, A Dreamer's Tales, The Gods of the Mountain, The Laughter of the Gods, The Queen's Enemies 

Mrs. H.D. Everett - "The Death Mask"

E.M. Forster - The Celestial Omnibus (esp. "only one, dealing with a glimpse of Pan and his aura of fright, may be said to hold the true element of cosmic horror")

William Godwin - St Leon

Sir H Rider Haggard - She

L. P. Hartley - "A Visitor from Down Under"

Lafcadio Hearn - FantasticsKwaidan, translations of GautierTemptation of St. Anthony (from Flaubert)

William Hope Hodgson - The Boats of the Glen Carrig, The House on the Borderland, The Ghost PiratesThe Night LandCarnacki, the Ghost-Finder

Clemence Housman - The Were-wolf

W.W. Jacobs - "The Monkey's Paw"

Henry James -  The Turn of the Screw

M.R. James - Ghost-Stories of an Antiquary, More Ghost Stories of an Antiquary, A Thin Ghost and Others, A Warning to the Curious, The Five Jars

Rudyard Kipling - "The Phantom Rickshaw", "The Finest Story in the World", "The Recrudescence [Return] of Imray""The Mark of the Beast"

Matthew Gregory Lewis - The Monk

George MacDonald - Lilith

Arthur Machen - Chronicle of Clemendy, The Hill of Dreams"The Great God Pan", "The White People"The Three Imposters, "The Red Hand", "The Shining Pyramid"The TerrorThe Great Return, "The Bowmen"

Richard Marsh - The Beetle

Charles Robert Maturin - Melmoth the Wanderer

John Metcalfe -  The Smoking Leg (esp. "The Bad Lands")

Thomas Moore - The Epicurean

Thomas Preskett Prest - Varney, the Vampyre

Ann Radcliffe - The Castles of Athlin and DunbayneA Sicilian RomanceThe Romance of the ForestThe Mysteries of UdolphoThe Italian, Gaston de Blondeville

Arthur Ransome - "The Elixir of Life"

Sir Walter Scott - Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

Sax Rohmer - Brood of the Witch-Queen

Mary Shelley - Frankenstein, The Last Man

Matthew Phipps Shiel - "Xelucha", "The House of Sounds", The Purple Cloud 

May Sinclair - Uncanny Stories

Robert Louis Stevenson - “Markheim”, “The Body-Snatcher”,  Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Bram Stoker - The Lair of the White WormThe Jewel of Seven StarsDracula

H. R. Wakefield - They Return at Evening, Others Who Returned (esp. "The Red Lodge", "He Cometh and He Passeth By", "And He Shall Sing", "The Cairn", "Look Up There", "Blind Man's Buff" and "The Seventeenth Hole at Duncaster")

Horace Walpole - The Castle of Otranto

Hugh Walpole -  "Mrs. Lunt"

H.G. Wells - "The Ghost of Fear" [The Red Room]Thirty Strange Stories

Oscar Wilde - "certain of his exquisite fairy tales"Picture of Dorian Gray

Francis Brett Young - Cold Harbour 

No specific work referenced:

 "A. E.," William Carleton, Padraic Colum, Joseph Conrad,  T. Crofton Croker, Lady Gregory, Douglas Hyde, James Stephens, J. M. Synge, Lady Wilde, W.B. Yeats