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The Ghost Story 1840-1920: A Cultural History [Hardcover]

Smith Andrew
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Seeing the Spectre: an economic theory of the Ghost Story 2. Dickens's Spectres: sight, money and reading the ghost story 3. Money and Machines: Wilkie Collins's ghosts 4. Love, Money, and History: The Female Ghost Story 5. Reading ghosts and reading texts: spiritualism 6. Haunted Houses and History: Henry James's Anglo-American Ghosts 7. Colonial ghosts: mimicry, history, and laughter 8. M.R. James's Gothic Revival Conclusion Bibliography

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