Sara Hackenberg

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This essay examines embodied representations of the past in two of the most popular penny serials of the 1840s, G.W.M. Reynolds's "The Mysteries of London" and James Malcolm Rymer's "Varney the Vampyre; or, The Feast of Blood." The cadaverous "Resurrection man" of "The Mysteries" and Sir Francis Varney the Vampire -- both villains figured as irrepressible,(More)
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