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Henry James and the Supernatural by A. Despotopoulou,K. Reed

By A. Despotopoulou,K. Reed

This ebook is a collection of essays on ghostly fiction through Henry James. The individuals examine James's use of the ghost tale as a subgenre and the tricky theoretical concerns that James's texts pose.

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