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- Writing and Melancholia: Saving the Self in Mary Shelley’s ‘The Mourner’
- “To date, like the rest of her short fiction, Mary Shelley’s compelling short story, ‘TheMourner’ (1829), has received scant critical attention, perhaps because, as Anne Mellor suggests, it belongs to what she considers to be Shelley’s period of more traditional writing.”
- Contains: Content Analysis
- Author: Kerry Ellen McKeeverr
- From: Romanticism on the Net Vol. 14 May 1999
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