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HOTELS
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1890-1940

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Hotels in Literature
30/07/2021

HOTEMS on the beach

They were young, educated, and both virgins on this, their wedding night, and they lived in a time when a conversation about sexual difficulties was…
Hotels in Literature
10/07/2021

Neapolitan Hotels in George Gissing’s The Emancipated

By Efterpi Mitsi George Gissing’s The Emancipated, published in 1890, uses the author’s own experience from his first and long-awaited journey to Italy.  The novel…
Hotels in Literature
01/07/2021

O. Henry’s Manhattan Hotel: Mamie Siviter (Madame Heloise D’Arcy Beaumont) and James/Jimmy McManus (Harold Farrington) as “Transients in Arcadia”

by Athanasios Dimakis The situational irony of the New York Hotel Lotus in “Transients in Arcadia” (originally published on July 17, 1904, in the New…
Hotels in Literature
14/06/2021

Miriam’s “cheap room in a modest hotel” in Dorothy M. Richardson’s “Oberland” (1927)

by Chryssa Marinou When the door was at last blessedly closed upon the narrow room whose first statements miscarried, lost in the discovery that even…
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Hotel Modernisms: 1890-1950

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The Hotel in Greece

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Symposium:
Literary Hotels

9-10 September 2021

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