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Orpheus and Pygmalion
Sarah Annes Brown

modern if not to the seventeenth-century ear, might suggest some uncanny variant of the ‘undead’, a vampire or a zombie, or perhaps a manufactured simulacrum of humanity such as a golem or robot. A book may find new life in its readers, possessing them as the French critic Georges Poulet suggests: I am someone

in A familiar compound ghost