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Cornwell, Neil. "Piracy and Higher Realism: The Strange Case of Fitz-James O'Brien and Vladimir Odoevsky." Vladimir Odoevsky and Romantic Poetics: Collected Essays. Providence: Berghahn Books, 1998. 157-167.
Type: book ; Genre: literary criticism
Cornwell compares the works of Pfaffian Fitz-James O'Brien with those of Russian author Vladimir Odoevsky.
People Mentioned in this Work
- North, William [pages: 157]
- Cornwell mentions that O'Brien was accused of plagiarizing "The Diamond Lens" from a manuscript by William North.
- O'Brien, Fitz-James
- Cornwell, Neil. "Gothic and its Origins East and West: Vladimir Odoevsky and Fitz-James O'Brien." Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition. Eds. Valeria Tinker-Villani and Peter Davidson, with Jane Stevenson. Amsterdam : Rodopi, 1995. 117-128. [more about this work]
- In his 1998 essay, Cornwell elaborates on the comparison of O'Brien and Odoevsky in his 1995 work.
- [O'Brien, Fitz-James]. "Seeing the World." Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Sep. 1857: 542-546. [more about this work]
- Comparing the text of O'Brien's "Seeing the World" to that of a translation of Odoevsky's "The Improvisor," Cornwell shows that they are nearly identical.
- [O'Brien, Fitz-James]. "The Diamond Lens." The Atlantic Monthly. Jan. 1858: 354-367. [more about this work]
- Cornwell discusses the similarities between O'Brien's "Diamond Lens" and Odoevsky's "The Sylph."