Unsuspecting Souls The Disappearance of the Human Being

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-06-30
  • Publisher: Counterpoint
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Edgar Allan Poe and Arthur Conan Doyle created the most famous detectives in literary history: C. Auguste Dupin and Sherlock Holmes. As skilled as those two sleuths were, they missed the nineteenth century's most outrageous crime, the death of the human being. People began to lose their essence. Scientists, philosophers, and writers all tried, unsuccessfully, to recalculate what it meant to be human. Ghosts and shades replaced human beings, and they mouthed off, from this side and the beyond.

Table of Contents

Introduction Pictures at a Depositionp. 1
What is Life?p. 25
When Death Diedp. 81
A Couple of Sarahs Laterp. 133
No One's Deadp. 173
There is Only Lifep. 237
Coney Island and the Mindp. 275
The Draculated Catp. 307
Endnotesp. 339
Selected Bibliographyp. 349
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