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However, the spirit predictably returned when fisherman recovered the container in the 1880s and the hauntings have supposedly continued.
Haunting the maze goes back to the 1990s, Jensen said, but there have been years when it was not haunted.
Ghost-Watching American Modernity comprises an insightful critical reading of various nineteenth- and twentieth-century representations of haunting in texts from the United States and Latin America.
A desire to listen to the spectres that haunt recent Canadian literature underlies Marlene Goldman's latest monograph, Dispossession: Haunting in Canadian Fiction.
But haunting is not only about people (or communities, or whole generations) who are no longer there yet are still here as ghosts.
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FEY TRIPS: Clockwise from the top left are: the Skirrid Inn, Ruthin Castle, Castle Hotel in Neath and Cardiff Market HAUNTING: Florence Hannah Thomas, mother of Dylan, looks out over Carmarthen Bay from the Boathouse at Laugharne on April 29,1958.
Far from allowing his argument to be diluted by the range of his sources, Davis succeeds admirably in creating something of a haunting structure as texts and theories explored in early chapters return, like the ghosts they discuss, to communicate with works at the heart of later sections.
THE SEAFARER, the acclaimed National Theatre production of Olivier Award winner Conor McPherson's haunting tale.
In the town of Ghostly every house is haunted--and to ghosts are frightened because something is haunting them.