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The spectacle of death and the aesthetics of crowd control
Emma Galbally and Conrad Brunström

checked by a spectacle of festivity. Death is noteworthy for its absence. Significantly, British sponsorship of Irish Catholicism is referenced when the question of who is to officiate at a wedding is raised. ‘Nelly’, the proud mother of four sons, three of whom are in the British armed forces and one of whom is a freshly minted priest, speaks up

in The Gothic and death