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“A Hurly-Burly in This Poor Woman's Head”: The Gothic Character of Ann Yearsley's Authorial Identity

“A Hurly-Burly in This Poor Woman's Head”: The Gothic Character of Ann Yearsley's Authorial Identity J u n e 2000 Jo v e a n d w ere im m o rta l, f o r C a sto r was th e so n o f T y ndareus. T h e f ra te r n a l loyalty o f P o llu x r e d e e m e d th e d e a th o f C a sto r by his own d e a th . T h e story goes th u s b ec au s e t h e ir stars a re su c h t h a t w h e n o n e sets th e o t h e r rises. 29 T h ey also h av e b e e n fa te d to live as a l te r n a t e so u rce s o f lig h t. 30 N e x t h e saw th e s h a d e o f Castor, L e d a ’s so n , a b o u t to r e t u r n to life; in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png English Language Notes Duke University Press

“A Hurly-Burly in This Poor Woman's Head”: The Gothic Character of Ann Yearsley's Authorial Identity

English Language Notes , Volume 37 (4) – Jun 1, 2000

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Copyright © 2000 Regents of the University of Colorado
ISSN
0013-8282
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2573-3575
DOI
10.1215/00138282-37.4.29
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Abstract

J u n e 2000 Jo v e a n d w ere im m o rta l, f o r C a sto r was th e so n o f T y ndareus. T h e f ra te r n a l loyalty o f P o llu x r e d e e m e d th e d e a th o f C a sto r by his own d e a th . T h e story goes th u s b ec au s e t h e ir stars a re su c h t h a t w h e n o n e sets th e o t h e r rises. 29 T h ey also h av e b e e n fa te d to live as a l te r n a t e so u rce s o f lig h t. 30 N e x t h e saw th e s h a d e o f Castor, L e d a ’s so n , a b o u t to r e t u r n to life; in

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English Language NotesDuke University Press

Published: Jun 1, 2000

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