This essay explores the fictional representations of objects in Richard Marsh's Curios: The Strange Adventures of Two Bachelors, a collection of tales in which things come alive in many ways, calling for a more nuanced approach than that allowed by commodity criticism.

The enticing elusiveness of things: objects and collectors in Richard Marsh's Curios (1898)

GRANATA, SILVIA
2014

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This essay explores the fictional representations of objects in Richard Marsh's Curios: The Strange Adventures of Two Bachelors, a collection of tales in which things come alive in many ways, calling for a more nuanced approach than that allowed by commodity criticism.
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