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This new blog entry explores how a little Spanish history, particularly an understanding the role of the Spanish Inquisition, can offer insights into Jan Potocki's novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa."

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This new blog entry explores how a little Spanish history, particularly an understanding the role of the Spanish Inquisition, can offer insights into Jan Potocki's novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa."

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This new blog entry plays with the question of whether Jan Potocki's novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa" should be read as a European Enlightenment version of "The Arabian Nights."

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This new blog entry plays with the question of whether Jan Potocki's novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa" should be read as a European Enlightenment version of "The Arabian Nights."

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This new blog entry plays with the question of whether Jan Potocki's novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa" should be read as a European Enlightenment version of "The Arabian Nights."

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This article explores why such gothic stories are told about 19th-century Polish writer Jan Potocki, best known for the gothic tales contained in his novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa."

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This article explores why such gothic stories are told about 19th-century writer Jan Potocki, best known for the gothic tales contained in his novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa."

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In this essay, posted on Halloween 2015, I look at whether Jan Potocki's novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa," with its ghost stories, exotic settings, and themes of sensual temptation, should be read as a work of gothic fiction. 

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In this essay, posted on Halloween 2015, I look at whether Jan Potocki's novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa," with its ghost stories, exotic settings, and themes of sensual temptation, should be read as a work of gothic fiction. 

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In this essay, posted on Halloween 2015, I look at whether Jan Potocki's novel "The Manuscript Found in Saragossa," with its ghost stories, exotic settings, and themes of sensual temptation, should be read as a work of gothic fiction. 
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