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An Act to Incorporate the City of Philadelphia ...
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An Act to Incorporate the City of Philadelphia:Passed January 31, 1854 (Classic Reprint) Unknown Author

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An Act to Incorporate the New York Juvenille As...
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An Act to Incorporate the New York Juvenille Asylum:Together With the by-Laws (Classic Reprint) Unknown Author

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An Act to Incorporate the City of Philadelphia ...
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An Act to Incorporate the City of Philadelphia ab 10.49 EURO Passed January 31, 1854 (Classic Reprint)

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Competency of the Parliaments of Great Britain ...
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Competency of the Parliaments of Great Britain Ireland to Incorporate Their Legislatures:With Some Remarks Upon the Debate in the Irish House of Commons Upon the Address (Classic Reprint) Author of the Necessity of an I Ireland

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Competency of the Parliaments of Great Britain Ireland to Incorporate Their Legislatures ab 8.99 EURO With Some Remarks Upon the Debate in the Irish House of Commons Upon the Address (Classic Reprint)

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An Act to Incorporate the City of Philadelphia ...
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An Act to Incorporate the City of Philadelphia ab 10.49 EURO Passed January 31, 1854 (Classic Reprint)

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The Nicaragua Canal als Buch von Unknown Author
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The Nicaragua Canal:An Open Letter to the President of the United States of America, Protesting Against the Proposed Bill to Incorporate the Maritime Canal Company of Nicaragua (Senate, 1305, House, 5615, 50th Congress, 1888), And Against Joint Resolutio Unknown Author

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The Veto Power, and Its Exercise als Taschenbuc...
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The Veto Power, and Its Exercise:In the Return of the Bill to Incorporate the Subscribers to the Fiscal Bank of the United States, August 16, 1841 (Classic Reprint) Unknown Author

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Publications of the Onondaga Historical Associa...
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Publications of the Onondaga Historical Association, Vol. 1:An Act to Incorporate the Village of Syracuse, Passed April 13, 1825 Also Papers Read and Historical Data Received at the Meeting to Commemorate the Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Organization Unknown Author

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Are Edgar Allan Poes pathological characters to...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Constance, course: American Literary and Cultural Theory - Leslie Fiedler, language: English, abstract: In 1960, Leslie A. Fiedler published his most influential and controversial book Love and Death in the American Novel. Elaborating on a theory he had developed as early as 19481, Fiedler proclaimed his thesis of an innocent interracial homosexualityand the generally dysfunctional treatment of American authors of the love between man and woman. In contrast to the New Criticism-school that had been prevailing until the 1940s, and saw the text alone as the sole basis for literary criticism, Fiedler tries to incorporate biographical information on the author and insights in his sociocultural environment into his analysis. Surprisingly, his examination of Edgar Allan Poes oeuvre turns out as curtly as it is simplifying. He stylizes Poe as the dark side of the American dream, a depressed and depressing madman, incarnating his fantasies into stories of dubious merit. Being an ardent opponent of the New Criticism-school, Fiedler cannot help but relate the choice of Poes themes and characters solely to the author himself, stating that in Poe the incest theme belongs to the private world of his own tortured psyche [...]. For Fiedler, The odd syndrome of child -love, necrophilia, and incest in Poe is too personal and pathological to shed much light on the general meaning of the latter theme in American literature and life.4 Instead of treating Poe as a singularity worth further analysis, he dismisses the authors work as the questionable fancies of a mentally deranged. But the indisputable recurrence of the above-mentioned themes in Poes work begs the question: Is Leslie Fiedler right? Are Poes pathological characters to be identified with the author and his own tortured psyche? To answer that question, and possibly to rebut Fiedlers theory will be the aim of this paper.

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