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"The Haunted Beach" and anthropomorphism

I'm having trouble finding articles about anthropomorphism, landscape and psychology in relation to Mary Robinson's poem "The Haunted Beach".
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If you are finding it difficult to find resources on "The Haunted Beach", you may want to search in the catalog and databases for books and articles on Romanticism, Gothic literature, and landscape in literature.

The following articles may also be useful for theoretical context:

Klugman, D. (2003). The figuration of reality: Psychoanalysis, animism and the

   “pathetic fallacy”. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 20(4), 600-676.

Labbe, J.M. (1999). Deflected violence and dream-visions in Mary Robinson’s

   Lyrical Tales. European Romantic Review, 10(1-4), 163-174.

Perluss, B. (2006). Desert dreaming: Tracking psyche through the landscape.

   Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought, 48(2),

   233-241.

Ruskin, J. (1856). Of the pathetic fallacy. Modern painters (Vol. 3., Pt. 4).    

   London: Smith, Elder & Co.

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