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19 October 2011


I just finished reading Daphne DuMaurier's Don't Look Now for the Guardian Reading Group and I think, for me, the uncanny was not uncanny enough. The uncanny has to disturb. When I read Poe something resonates after the final sentence. His uncanny unnerves me. I am currently looking at Anthony Vidler's The Architectual Uncanny and it perfectly lends itself to the intertexuality I am experiencing and experience most of the time. Coincidences like these -- now that's uncanny.

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