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Chris Murray, “‘Death in his hand’: Theories of Apparitions in Coleridge, Ferriar, and Keats” (pp. 179–210)On a chance meeting in 1819, Samuel Taylor Coleridge told John Keats about his theory of “double touch.” This hypothesis is key to the famous accounts in which each poet mythologizes the...
Mattias Pirholt, “Beatrice Cenci’s Ghost: Ekphrasis, Spectrality, and the Art of Copying in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Marble Faun” (pp. 211–233)This article investigates the spectrality of ekphrases and art reproductions, the haunting presence of the original work’s aura and the copyist’s...
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