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“A Logic of Its Own”: Repetition in Coleridge’s “Christabel”

Channick, Debra (2008)

This essay argues that Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s notoriously disjointed poem “Christabel” displays a consistent concern with repetition: thematically, formally, and psychologically. By looking at the pervasiveness of echoes, I show how “Christabel” produces a coherent exploration of ...

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The Hero as Seer: Character, Perception and Cultural Health in Carlyle

Budge, Gavin (2008)

A rhetoric of spectrality pervades Thomas Carlyle’s writings, in a way which is intimately related to his characteristic position of “natural supernaturalism.” This essay argues that Carlyle’s rhetorical emphasis on spectral hallucinations in his descriptions of social upheavals such as ...

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Jason Camlot. Style and the Nineteenth-Century British Critic: Sincere Mannerisms. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2008. ISBN: 978-0-7456-5311-0. US$100/£55.00

Sawyer, Paul (2009)

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Scott Squashed: Chapbook Versions of The Heart of Mid-Lothian

Buchanan, David (2009)

Walter Scott’s Waverley Novels provide an excellent means of illustrating the multifaceted print market in nineteenth-century Britain. Not only was each novel an upmarket best-seller, but pirated copies, stage adaptations, abridgements, and collected editions transformed each story for readers ...

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