[Msa-discuss] Modernist Ghosts

Hoyser, Catherine choyser at sjc.edu
Thu Jul 15 10:06:41 EDT 2010


Dear Stephen:

 

I suggest Virginia Woolf's short story  " A Haunted House" in her
collection by that name and May Sinclair's collection Uncanny Stories. 

 

Best of luck with your project.

 

Catherine

 

Catherine E. Hoyser, Ph. D.

Director of Women's Studies

Professor of English

Saint Joseph College

1678 Asylum Ave.

West Hartford, CT 06117

860-231-5294

choyser at sjc.edu

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Subject: [Msa-discuss] Modernist Ghosts

 

I am currently working on a book on tropes of spectrality in modernism,
and want to be sure not to miss any instances of ghost stories written
by modernists. I've got some of the usual suspects lined up - James,
Wharton, Forster - but would be grateful for any suggestions of ghost
stories written by modernist authors. 

 

Please send any mentions to me directly (off-list) at saross at uvic.ca. 

 

Thank you,

Stephen Ross

 

Stephen Ross, 
Associate Professor of English and 
Cultural, Social, and Political Thought,
University of Victoria, 
P. O. Box 3070 Stn CSC, 
Victoria, BC, V8W 3W1
Phone: 250-721-7237
Email: saross at uvic.ca

 

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