Fleischhack-Schenkel. Ghosts - or the (Nearly) Invisible

Today's free book is Ghosts - or the (Nearly) Invisible: Spectral Phenomena in Literature and the Media by Maria Fleischhack and Elmar Schenkel (2016). For the table of contents, check at the bottom of this post below the image.

The book from Peter Lang is available to read online at the JSTOR Open Access project.

Table of Contents

Preface: Ghosts – or the (Nearly) Invisible by Elmar Schenkel
Medieval Ghosts: the Stories of the Monk of Byland by Maik Hildebrandt
Speaking of Seeing Ghosts: Visions of the Supernatural in the Tales of Catherine Crowe by Ruth Heholt
The Ghost of Oscar Wilde: Fictional Representations by Eleanor Dobson
Ghostly Science or Scientific Ghosts: The Fourth Spatial Dimension in Children’s Literature by Kati Voigt
Carl Gustav Jung and the Ghosts by Claudia Richter
‘They only see what they wanna see’: Traumatised Ghosts and Ghost Story Conventions in The Sixth Sense and The Other by Désirée Kriesch
‘At the Hollow, there was Magic.’: The Language of Kim Newman’s Ghost Novel by Clausdirk Pollner
Neil Gaiman’s Ghost Children by Dominik Becher
The Ghost as a Metaphor for Memory in the Irish Literary Psyche by Julia Kunz
“I Know not who these Mute Folk Are” – Ghostly Houses in Early Twentieth Century English and American Poetry by Sophie Thiele
Haunting the Wide, White Page – Ghosts in Antarctica by Johanna Grabow
The Loa as Ghosts in Haitian Vodou by Julia Pfeifer
From Cultural Ghosts to Literary Ghosts – Humanisation of Chinese Ghosts in Chinese Zhiguai by Minwen Huang
Mystic Motifs in Silver Age Poetry and Prose by Vera Shamina

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