- Title Pages
- 1 Speaking and answering in the character of another: James Hogg's private memoirs
- 2 He, I say – I cannot say, I: Robert Louis Stevenson's strange case
- 3 The psychopathology of everyday narcissism: Oscar Wilde's picture
- 4 A life of death: Alfred Tennyson's ‘St Simeon Stylites’
- 5 But what am I? Alfred Tennyson's <i>In Memoriam</i>
- 6 All is vanity and nothingness: James ‘B. V.’ Thomson's haunted city
- 7 Dead letters: Gerard Manley Hopkins's ‘Terrible Sonnets’
- 8 A change in physical economy: Thomas De Quincey's confession
- 9 Coming like ghosts to trouble joy: Alfred Tennyson's ‘The Lotos Eaters’
- 10 Like honey to the throat but poison to the blood: Christina Rossetti's addictive market
- 11 The blood is the life: Bram Stoker's infected capital
- Labyrinths of Deceit
- Liverpool University Press
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