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This article explores contagion alongside and in relation to its ever-attendant metaphors, examining Heinrich von Kleist’s short story “The Foundling”, and finding here a particularly revealing concatenation of ideas of human contact, trade and infection.
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- Infectious Hospitality and Communicative Disease in Kleist’s “Der Findling”: The Disease Inside and Out
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