1. Editor’s Note
  2. Cheryl D. Edelson
  3. pp. 145-148
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  1. A “Coterie of Spiritualists and Free Thinkers”—Spectral Riverside
  2. Cheryl D. Edelson
  3. pp. 149-162
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  1. The Place and Time of the Uncanny
  2. Heidi Schlipphacke
  3. pp. 163-172
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  1. Eternal Gardens and the Queer Uncanny in Frances Hodgson Burnett’s “In the Closed Room” (1902)
  2. Kate Thomas
  3. pp. 173-183
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  1. Bourgeois Innocence Lost: Uncanny Children in Turn-of-the-Century Vienna
  2. Imke Meyer
  3. pp. 184-197
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  1. Some Brief Reflections on Technology, Cinema, and the Postcolonial Uncanny
  2. Sangita Gopal
  3. pp. 198-208
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  1. “Not mad, but mated”: Trauma, Uncanny Misrecognition, and the Occult Environment in The Comedy of Errors
  2. Erin Weinberg
  3. pp. 209-225
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  1. On Possession and Palimpsest in Marta Robles’s Luisa y los espejos
  2. Lauren Applegate
  3. pp. 226-241
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  1. Hollowed Out: Exhuming an Ethics of Hollowing in Tite Kubo’s Bleach
  2. David John Boyd
  3. pp. 242-267
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  1. The Haunting of Don Draper
  2. Katherine Kinney
  3. pp. 268-287
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 288-290
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