How is Disbelief Suspended?: The Paradox of Fiction and Carroll The Philosophy of Horror

Film-Philosophy 7 (6) (2003)
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Noel Carroll _The Philosophy of Horror; or Paradoxes of the Heart_ New York: Routledge, 1990 ISBN 0415902169 288 pp

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