Adam Fales

Adam Fales is a PhD student at the University of Chicago. His work has appeared in the American Antiquarian Society’s Past is Present, the Journal of the History of Ideas blog Full-Stop, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. You can find him on Twitter @damfales.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Horror in Revision: On the Contemporary Gothic

Adam Fales on Ahmed Saadawi’s “Frankenstein in Baghdad,” Sarah Perry’s “Melmoth,” and Chase Berggrun’s “R E D” — emissaries of the “contemporary Gothic.”...


Foreign Companion: Jean Giono’s “Melville: A Novel”
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