The Double and the Doppelgänger

General Studies

ABBI-EZZI, Nathalie. The Double in the Fictions of R.L. Stevenson, Wilkie Collins, and Daphne du Maurier. Frankfurt am and New York: Peter Lang, 2003.
BÄR, Gerald. Das Motiv des Doppelgängers als Spaltungsphantasie in der Literatur und im Deutschen StimmFilm. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2005..
CONIO, Gérard. "Figures du double dans les littératures européennes." Lausanne: L’Âge d’homme, Les Cahiers du Cercle 1, 2001. [Figures of the Double in European Literatures].
DAFFRON, Benjamin Eric. Romantic Doubles: Sex and Sympathy in British Gothic Literature, 1790-1830. New York: AMS Press, 2001.
DERJANECZ, Agnes. Das Motiv des Doppelgängers in der Deutschen Romantik und im Russischen Realimus: E.T.A. Hoffmann. Chamisso. Dostojewskij. Marburg: Tctum Verlag. 2003.
DRYDEN, Linda. The Modern Gothic and Literary Doubles: Stevenson, Wilde, and Wells, foreword Laurence Davies. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.
FLETCHER, Robert Pearson. “The Convention of the Double Self in Nineteenth-Century English Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 37 (1976): 2195A (University of Delaware). [GGI: 2273].
FROSCH, Mary Alfred. “Narcissus: The Negative Double." Dissertation Abstracts International 37 (1976): 1562A (City University of New York). [GGI: 2275].
GUERARD, Albert. “Concepts of the Double.” Stories of the Double. Ed. Albert Guerard. New york: J.B. Lippincott, 1967. [GGI: 2277].
HALLAM, Clifford Barry. “The Double as Incomplete Self: Studies in Poe, Melville, and Conrad.” Dissertation Abstracts International 40 (1979): 4026A-4027A (Miami University). [GGI: 2278].
IVKOVI, Milaca. "The Double as the 'Unseen' of Culture: Toward a Definition of Doppelgänger." Linguistics and Literature 2:7 (2000): 121-128.
KANZER, Mark. “Freud and His Literary Doubles.” American Imago 33 (1976): 231-43. [GGI: 2278A].
KEPPLER, C.F. The Literature of the Second Self. Tuscon, AZ: Arizona UP, 1972. [GGI: 2280].
KRAUSE, Wilhelmine. Das Doppelgängersmotiv in der Romantik. Berlin: Nachdruck der Ausg. 1930. [The Motif of the Double in Romantic Literature.]
MILLER, Karl. Doubles: Studies in Literary History. New York: Oxford UP, 1985. [GGII: 1482].
MIYOSHI, Masao. “The Castle of Catatonia: The Gothic Tradition.” The Divided Self: A Perspective on the Literature of the Victorians. New York: New York UP, 1969. 3-45. [GGI: 2282].
MONTGOMERY, Marion. “Of Cloaks and Hats and Doublings in Poe and Flannery O’Connor.” South Carolina Review 11.1 (1978): 60-69. [GGI: 2283].
PALMS, Rosemary H.G. “The Double Motif in Literature: From Origins to an Examination of Three Modern American Novels.” Dissertation Abstracts International 33 (1972): 321A (University of Texas at Austin). [GGI: 2284].
PORTER, Laurence M. “Devil as Double in Nineteenth-Century Literature: Goethe, Dostoevsky, Flaubert.” Comparitive Literature Studies 15 (1978): 316-335. [GGI: 2286].
RANK, Otto. The Double: A Psychoanalytic Study. Trans. and ed. Harry Tucker, Jr. Chapel Hill, NC: North Carolina UP, 1971. [GGI: 2287].
ROGERS, Robert. A Psychoanalytic Study of the Double in Literature. Detroit, MI: Wayne State UP, 1970. [GGI: 2289].
ROSENFIELD, Claire. “The Shadow Within: The Conscious and Unconscious Use of the Double.” Daedulus: Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 92 (1963): 326-44. [GGI: 2290].
SCHMID, Astrid. The Fear of the Other: Approaches to English Stories of the Double (1764-1910). Bern and New York: Peter Lang, 1996.
SERRANO, Carmen. “Monsters, Vampires and Doppelgängers: Innovation and Transformation of Gothic Forms in Latin American Narratives”. Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 70.7 (2010): U of California, Irvine.
SHIRLEY, Ralph. The Mystery of the Human Double: The Case for Astral Projection. New hyde park, New York: University Books, 1962. [GGI: 2291].
TERRAS, Rita. “The Doppelgänger in German Romantic Literature.” Symposium on Romanticism: An Interdisciplinary Meeting. Eds. P. Deguise and R. Terras. New London, CT: Connecticut College, 1977. 13-20. [GGI: 2295].
THOMAS, Sophie. “Making Visible: The Diorama, the Double, and the Gothic Subject.” “Gothic Technologies: Visuality in the Romantic Era.” Romantic Circles Praxis Series (December 2005): www.rc.umd/praxis/gothic/abstracts.html
THORPE, Douglass. "Calvin, Darwin, and the Double: The Problem of Divided Nature in Hogg, MacDonald, and Stevenson." Newsletter of Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada 11.1 (1985): 6-22.
THUR, Robert. “Longing for Union: The Doppelgänger in Wuthering Heights and Frankenstein.” Dissertation Abstracts International 37 (1977): 1472B (California School of Professional Psychology, San Fancisco). [GGI: 2297].
TYMMS, Ralph. Doubles in Literary Psychology. Cambridge, England: Bowes & Bowes, 1949. [GGI: 2298].
VIERON, Martine. “Le Mythe du double dans Le Portrait de Dorian Gray d’oscar Wilde.” Mythe–Rite– Symbole. Ed. Georges Cesbron. Angers, france: UniversitĂ© d'Angers, 1985. 77-90. [GGII: 0776].
WAIN, Marianne. “The Double in Romantic Narrative: A Preliminary Study.” Germanic Review 36 (1961): 257-268. [GGI: 2300].
WALDECK, Peter B. The Split Self: From Goethe to Broch. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP, 1979. [GGI: 2301].