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Karl Miller
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Doubles: Studies in Literary History

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This fascinating study explores the image of the double as it appears in literature, examining the doppelganger, the alter ego, the second self, and the modern multiple self in a wide variety of literary settings. Focusing mainly on the Romantic period, the fin-de-siecle, and what could be called the romantic modern world, Miller considers a broad array of subjects, ...more
Paperback, 480 pages
Published May 21st 1987 by Oxford University Press (first published July 18th 1985)
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