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By William Shakespeare

This interactive book variation of SHAKESPEARE MADE effortless: MIDSUMMERS NIGHT'S DREAM helps you to flow simply backward and forward among the unique textual content and the trendy textual content of the play. through clicking on a character's identify within the unique textual content, you're taken to a similar position within the sleek textual content, and vice versa. The back-of-book routines additionally comprise hyperlinks that take you on to the traces within the play referenced in particular perform questions.

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In chapters 3 through 6, I focus on Villette, Little Dorrit, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and Dracula. I argue that economic panic in Villette is an insistent basso ostinato against which moral, sexual, or mental frenzy – materializing in the form of the ghostly nun/none – appears to have more serious implications for the main character, teaching her to keep accounts of and bank on panic and constant exchange. In Little Dorrit fictional representations of banking transactions and crises, speculation and hysteria are parallels to and intensifiers of social, emotional, or intellectual crises metonymically expressed in the haunting of Affery.

Of England was the guarantor of solidity (figure 2). Later in the century, one ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer referred to banks as a ‘‘locus standi,’’ while Ellis T. ’’95 An anomalous entity from the start, the Bank of England was both the banker to the government as well as a private commercial bank, with the added responsibility of being the chief provider of the nation’s financial stability. 96 However, the two departments were to remain under the same roof – the Bank of England – and retain the integral authority of that institution.

Indeed, it is well to remember Adam Smith’s turn to literature to fill gaps in the relationship between cause and effect: literature, particularly the Gothic, fills the gap that opens up in economics when that science views emotional and psychological accounts of the subject’s reactions to economic panic as illegitimate data. 57 Julian Wolfreys outlines the suggestion that after 1820 the Gothic became a trope. 58 This approach allows that the Gothic may materialize in segments of a realist novel or in economic and other treatises as well as, more obviously, in the strictly Gothic novel.

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