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"Though I was alone with the unseen, I comprehended it not": The Relationship Between the Dead and the Living in Margaret Oliphant's "A Beleaguered City"
Margaret Oliphant 1828–1897 is best remembered today as one of the important practitioners the domestic fiction, with her "Chronicles of Carlingford" series considered to be her most enduring achievement. Oliphant's other interesting group of works are ghost stories and other spiritual tales known as the "Stories of the Seen and Unseen". A Beleaguered City, a novella first published in 1879, is generally considered to be Oliphant's most successful supernatural tale. Set in Semur, France, anddoi:10.19195/0301-7966.55.2 fatcat:wqmj4jvzdbbjng7qmqtpgfcwy4