¿Quién vela por quién en «The Tell-Tale Heart» de Edgar Allan Poe? Envejecimiento y ficcionalización de una alegoría nacional

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Miquel Baldellou, Marta;
  • Publisher: Universidad de Almería
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.25115/odisea.v0i11.311
  • Subject: Guilt | Vellesa en la literatura | Ageing | Literatura americana -- S. XIX | Estigmatización | Victimisation | Victimización | Liberation | Youth | Culpabilidad | Liberación | Envejecimiento | Poe, Edgar Allan, 1809-1849 -- Crítica i interpretació | Juventud | Edgar Allan Poe | Stigmatisation

The change of perception towards youth and age, and by extension, towards national dependence and independence, can be signi cantly detected in the cultural and literary discourses of nineteenth-century America. Edgar Allan Poe depicted the victimisation and s... View more
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