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New England Vampire

Kids will go trick-or-treating, television will run horror-o-thon movies, parents will steal candy from their children, dentists everywhere will bank on the harvest of cavities, and readers will revisit their shelves or libraries to reread Gothic tales, or the corpus … Continue reading

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The things that scare us

Readers remember those moments in their reading adventures when they discovered foreshadowing and understood it in perhaps, The Scarlet Letter, or understood symbolism in, perhaps, Stephen Crane’s “The Open Boat,” or felt that they were in on the satire of … Continue reading

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