Alicia Christoff

Alicia Christoff is assistant professor of English at Amherst College, where she teaches courses on 19th-century British literature, critical theory, psychoanalysis, and contemporary fiction and creative nonfiction. She is currently completing a book on Victorian fiction and object relations psychoanalysis called Novel Relations.


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Minimal Care in Kenneth Lonergan’s “Manchester by the Sea”
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