Tobias Dietrich reviews W.J.T. Mitchell’s Mental Traveler (University of Chicago Press, 2020). “Amateurs and lovers are those who look on beauty and liken themselves to it, thus say they ‘like it’: but professionals,
Kathleen Reynolds reviews Chris Bundock and Elizabeth Effinger’s edited collection, William Blake’s Gothic Imagination: Bodies of horror (Manchester University Press, 2018). William Blake’s Gothic Imagination: Bodies of Horror sets out to unpick the multiplicity
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