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Keywords analogy biology body cognition cognitive science communication consciousness emotion emotions epistemology hauntology knowledge language evolution metaphor mind philosophy philosphy pragmatics science synaesthesia trauma. Subject Classification H. Lovecraft; M. James; A. Machen; A. Blackwood; ghost story; Volkist movement; folklore; history. Article Tools Print this article. Indexing metadata. How to cite item. Finding References. Review policy. Email this article Login required.
Supernatural or Material: Haunted Places in H. Abstract The horror story writers of the early 20th century presented various views on the surrounding reality. Howard P. Lovecraft and Montague R. James, for their part, rejected the mere possibility of phenomena regarded as supernatural, contrary to other writers, such as Arthur C. Doyle, Arthur Machen or Algernon Blackwood, who were members of theosophical or occultist societies. The writers differed also in the level of their education.
Lovecraft was an erudite interested in science, notwithstanding the fact that he did not receive formal education. James was a respected medievalist, a specialist in the history of Christianity. Blackwood, educated abroad in Germany , explicitly differed in his artistic output from Machen, a Welshman, who left the United Kingdom only to pursue his journalistic career.
The aim of the article is to present the haunted places in the literary works of the chosen authors and to juxtapose their narratives with their scholarly achievements and their views on the surrounding reality. Keywords H. Full Text: PDF. References Blackwood, A. Episodes before Thirty. London: Cassell and Company. Eco, U.
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Blackwood, A. Briggs, J. Colavito, J. The Cult of Alien Gods: H. Lovecraft and Extraterrestrial Pop Culture. Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books.
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