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Category Archives: Freud
Caged in Desire, or How to Read an Unreliable Narrator: Anxiety, Projection, and Crushes in Henry James’s In the Cage
I’d like to open this post with some mood music: There we go. That sets the stage nicely. In other words, In the Cage is a stomach-turning read for any fantasy-prone person (re: most of us) who has ever had an unrequited crush. Let’s th… Continue reading
“People are lonely and only animals with fancy shoes.” -Jack Johnson, “The Horizon Has Been Defeated” Many of the chapters in H. Rider Haggard’s She are strange, but the chapter entitled “The Little Foot” must be the most peculiar. The … Continue reading
“So the years pass, and repeat each other; so the same events revolve in the cycles of time. What will be the next adventures of the Moonstone? Who can tell?” Thus concludes Wilkie Collins’ novel, The Moonstone: A Romance. A detective novel told… Continue reading