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As noticeable in fiction, newspaper money owed, and magic exhibits, the presence of ghosts pervaded the Victorian interval. This booklet examines supernatural encounters in quite a lot of Victorian writers together with Dickens and Kipling. Cadwallader argues that those fictional spirits mirror how Victorians have been adapting to fast clinical and non secular adjustments.
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