Alan Moore | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Lisa Coppin

This literature criticism consists of approximately 25 pages of analysis & critique of Alan Moore.
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Critical Essay by Lisa Coppin

SOURCE: Coppin, Lisa. “Looking Inside Out: The Vision as Particular Gaze in From Hell.Image & Narrative: Online Magazine of the Visual Narrative, no. 5 (online magazine), http://www.imageandnarrative.be/uncanny/lisacoppin.htm (January 2003).

In the following essay, Coppin explores how Alan Moore uses both visual and conscious memory to evoke a sense of the “uncanny” in From Hell, linking the creation of this experience in the narrative to the interaction between the characters and their surroundings.

Some people see images from another reality. We mostly consider them crazy, although in the past some of them used to be called prophets. Perhaps, as it is suggested in following passage from From Hell, visions are all but a sign of madness and most people may miss half of reality. Maybe there is more than what the...

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