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Friday, June 16 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Tract 2: Reading and Re-Reading in the Past and Present

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Epigraphs as a ‘Wall of Influence’ in Ann Radcliffe’s The Italian
Julia Brown

The Purloined Homage: Allusions to the Works of Edgar Allan Poe in Victorian Women’s Crime Fiction
Bill Hamilton

It’s a Slippery Slope: Terror Without Tedium
Cassandra Sachar

The Interaction of Religion and Horror in Stephen Chbosky’s Imaginary Friend
Michael Potts

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Julia Brown

Ph.D. Student, University of Houston
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William Hamilton

Associate Professor of English, Neumann University
Dr. William Hamilton is the Director of the English Program at Neumann University.  His research interests include the history of the British novel, the uncanny, gender studies, children's and young adult literature, Gothic literature, and the nature of satire.
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Cassandra O'Sullivan Sachar

Associate Professor of English/Author

Friday June 16, 2023 10:30am - 11:45am EDT
Grand Station Ballroom I-II