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by Darby Lewes,Brian Bates,Liam Corley,Michael Farrell,Michael J. Flynn,Paul Fox,Erin Menut,Jeff Miles,Christy Rieger,Laurence Talairach-Vielmas,William Wandless,Christopher Whalen,Diane Long Hoeveler
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  • Author:
    Darby Lewes,Brian Bates,Liam Corley,Michael Farrell,Michael J. Flynn,Paul Fox,Erin Menut,Jeff Miles,Christy Rieger,Laurence Talairach-Vielmas,William Wandless,Christopher Whalen,Diane Long Hoeveler
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    0739125699
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    978-0739125694
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    Lexington Books (September 26, 2008)
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    296 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Diane Long Hoeveler was born in Chicago, IL and . Double Vision: Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Literary Palimpsests Sep 26, 2008.

Diane Long Hoeveler was born in Chicago, IL and educated at the University of Illinois-Urbana. She is a Professor of English at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI, where she has taught since 1987. She publishes on gothic, romantic, and women's literatures. by Darby Lewes, Brian Bates, Liam Corley, Michael Farrell, Michael J. Flynn, Paul Fox, Diane Long Hoeveler, Erin Menut, Jeff Miles, Christy Rieger, Laurence Talairach-Vielmas, Zoe Trodd, William Wandless, Alex Watson, Christopher Whalen.

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A palimpsest is at once easy to define and, at the same time, so infinitely various as to defy all denotation. A thrifty technique employed by the ancients to recycle scarce resources? Or a metaphor for the human mind? A text that overwrites another text? Or a culture that overwrites another culture? This concise, readable volume examines texts written by such figures as William Blake, Wilkie Collins, Edgar Allan Poe, and Frederick Douglass, in order to explore the dualistic thinking involved in the creation of literary palimpsests during the tempestuous eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Contributors to this collection analyze the alienation and disorientation caused by the tremendous social and political revolution going on throughout the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the United States and Great Britain. Writers and philosophers of the time were charged with the task of reorienting themselves and their readers within the ever-changing social and political constructs that characterized their lives. Double Vision shows how these writers employed the use of the palimpsest in their attempts to strike a balance between preserving old ways and privileging new innovations.