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Did you know that the father of psychoanalysis believed in ghosts, or that Frederick Engels attended seances? Ghosts: Deconstruction, Psychoanalysis, History is the first collection of theoretical essays to evaluate these facts and consider the importance of the metaphor of haunting as it has appeared in literature, culture, and philosophy. Haunting is considered as both a literal and figurative term that encapsulates social anxieties and concerns. The collection includes discussions of nineteenth-century spiritualism, gothic and postcolonial ghost stories, and popular film, with essays on important theoretical writers including Freud, Derrida, Adorno, and Walter Benjamin.
About the Author
CLIVE BLOOM Reader in English and American Studies at Middlesex University CHRISTINA BRITZOLAKIS Lecturer in English at the University of Warwick STEVEN CONNOR Professor of Modern Literature and Theory at Birkbeck College, University of London NATALKA FREELAND Assistant Professor of English at the University of Alberta KEN GELDER Senior Lecturer in English and Cultural Studies at Melbourne University, Australia JANE M. JACOBS Lecturer in Geography at Melbourne University, Australia ROGER LUCKHURST Lecturer in English at Birkbeck College, University of London WILLY MALEY Lecturer in English at the University of Glasgow NIGEL MAPP Research Fellow at the University of Leeds MANDY MERCK former editor of the film and television studies journal, Screen RALPH NOYES Honorary Secretary of the Society for Psychical Research RUTH PARKIN-GOUNELAS Associate Professor of English at Aristotle University in Thessaloniki, Greece