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Mark Z. Danielewski$
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Joe Bray and Alison Gibbons

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780719099335

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: January 2016

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719099335.001.0001

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This haunted house

This haunted house

intertextuality and interpretation in Mark Danielewski’s House of Leaves (2000) and Poe’s Haunted (2000)

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(p.68) 4 This haunted house
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Mark Z. Danielewski
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Mel Evans

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9780719099335.003.0005

Mel Evans explores the media network surrounding House of Leaves, focusing in particular on the intersection between Danielewski’s novel and his sister Poe’s musical album Haunted, also released in 2000. Evans proposes that the album is another potential entry-point into the multilayered narrative of House of Leaves. Her fresh and original perspective illuminates both novel and album through a reading of their intertextual relationships. She concludes that the ‘effect of the intertext to foreground previously marginalised or unnoticed themes, events, or objects within the novel cannot be underestimated.’

Keywords:   Media network, Poe, Music album, Intertextuality, Multilayered narrative, Transmedia, Convergence

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