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Daphne du Maurier and the Gothic Tradition
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Daphne du Maurier and the Gothic Tradition

Greg Buzwell traces Daphne du Maurier’s use of Gothic themes, motifs and imagery, and shows how she was influenced both by earlier writers and by her deep connection with Cornwall.

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City, paralysis, epiphany: an introduction to Dubliners
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City, paralysis, epiphany: an introduction to Dubliners

Seamus Perry describes the stark realism of James Joyce's Dubliners, and its attention to the details of everyday life in Ireland's capital city.

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Nightmares, mirrors and possession in Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca
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Nightmares, mirrors and possession in Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca

Barbara Morden looks beyond the period detail and romantic conventions of Rebecca to uncover an archetypal story of female identity formation.

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Lambeth’s topographical image | British Library - Picturing Places
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Lambeth’s topographical image | British Library - Picturing Places

With important antiquarian sites like Lambeth Palace and places of popular entertainment like Vauxhall Gardens, the London parish of Lambeth was a rich resource for topographical artists and

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