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The demonic adoptee in The Bad Seed (1954)
Elisabeth Wesseling

containment that was to put a cordon sanitaire around the Communist states. However, American politicians realized quite clearly that in order to bring newly decolonized countries within the orbit of the USA as satellite states, it was not going to be enough to merely be against something. Containment could only become a success if one would also give citizens at home and abroad something positive to

in Gothic kinship
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Exploring sites of the Canadian ecoGothic
Alanna F. Bondar

consciousness necessarily conscripts theories of the uncanny to attempt to explain and/or resolve systems of binaries that construct cultural identities as they are ‘tied to the unsettled, the notyet-colonized, the unsuccessfully colonized or the decolonized’. 35 After all, Nadia’s own association is not with a perfect God but with a weaker spiritual entity; she claims that, like that Devil, women are

in Ecogothic