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The handbook to Gothic literature

The handbook to Gothic literature

Mulvey-Roberts, Marie

This is the first A-Z guide to all aspects of Gothic literature from Ann Radcliffe to Anne Rice. This book is an essential comparison for all students and general leaders of Gothic writing and it includes a glossary of specialist Gothic terms

Paperback, Hardback, Book. English.
Published Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1998
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Statement of responsibility: edited by Marie Mulvey-Roberts
ISBN: 0333640373, 0333670698, 9780333640371, 9780333670699
Intended audience: Specialized.
Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 290-294).
Physical Description: xviii, 294p. ; 24 cm.
Subject: Gothic literature.; Criticism; Gothic Revival; Horror Stories; Gothic Literature

Contents

  1. Introduction Ainsworth, W.Harrison
  2. R.A.Gilbert American Gothic
  3. A.L.Smith Architecture see Gothic Revival Beckford, William
  4. M.Franklin Bierce, Ambrose
  5. A.L.Smith Blackwood, Algernon
  6. T.Willard The Bront? E.Imlay Brown, Brockden
  7. T.Lustig Bulwer-Lytton, Edward
  8. H.Small Carter, Angela
  9. E.Jordan Contemporary Gothic
  10. A.B.Tracy Death
  11. E.Bronfen The Demonic
  12. H.Stoddart Dickens, Charles
  13. B.F.Fisher Doyle, Arthur Conan
  14. C.Bloom English-Canadian Gothic
  15. G.Turcotte Female Gothic
  16. A.Milbank Frenetique School
  17. T.Hale German Gothic
  18. H.U.Mohr Ghost Stories
  19. R.A.Gilbert Goethe, J.W.Von
  20. E.H.Denton Gothic Drama
  21. J.Cox Gothic Film
  22. I.Conrich Gothic Novel
  23. V.Sage Gothic Revival
  24. V.Sage Gothic Romance
  25. A.B.Tracy Graveyard School
  26. S.Clark Hawthorne, Nathaniel
  27. R.Miles Hero-Villain
  28. H.Stoddart Heroine
  29. A.Horner Hoffman, E.T.A.
  30. H.U.Mohr Hogg, James
  31. D.Mack Horror
  32. F.Botting Imagination
  33. P.Martin Irish Gothic
  34. W.J.McCormack Irving, Washington
  35. A.L.Smith Jacobs, W.W.
  36. J.Cloy James, Henry
  37. T.Lustig James, M.R.
  38. W.Hughes Le Fanu, J.Sheridan
  39. W.J.McCormack Lewis, Matthew
  40. N.Trott Lovecraft, H.P.
  41. C.Bloom Machen, Arthur
  42. R.A.Gilbert Madness
  43. H.Small Maturin, Charles
  44. C.Malet-Dagreou Melville, Herman
  45. R.Lee Monstrosity
  46. F.Botting New Gothic see Contemporary Gothic Nightmare
  47. P.Martin Occultism
  48. T.Willard Orientalism
  49. M.Franklin Penny Dreadfuls
  50. R.A.Gilbert Poe, Edgar Allan
  51. B.F.Fisher Post-Colonial Gothic
  52. K.Gelder Radcliffe, Ann
  53. R.Miles Rice, Anne
  54. M.Mulvey Roberts Roman Noir
  55. T.Hale Romanticism
  56. P.Martin Russian Gothic
  57. N.Cornwell Sade, Marquis de
  58. E.Clery Sado-Masochism
  59. E.Bronfen San Francisco Gothic
  60. W.Veeder Scottish Gothic
  61. D.Mack Shelley, Mary
  62. M.Mulvey Roberts Shelley, P.B.
  63. N.Trott Southern Gothic
  64. R.Lee Stevenson, Robert Louis
  65. J.E.Hogle Stoker, Bram
  66. W.Hughes The Sublime
  67. A.Milbank The Supernatural
  68. C.Bloom Terror
  69. D.Punter The Uncanny see Unheimlich Vampire
  70. W.Hughes Walpole, Horace
  71. E.Clery Wandering Jew
  72. H.U.Mohr Welsh Gothic
  73. S.Erion Werewolf see Lycanthropy Wilde, Oscar
  74. N.Sammells Witches and Witchcraft
  75. F.Ringel Wizards
  76. F.Ringel Zerrissenheit
  77. C.Houswitschka

Author note

LUCIE ARMITT Lecturer in English, University of Wales, Bangor

CLIVE BLOOM Reader in English, Middlesex University, London

FRED BOTTING Lecturer in English, Lancaster University

ELIZABETH BRONFEN Professor of English, Zurich University

STEVEN BRUHM Associate Professor in English, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia

CHARLES BUTLER Lecturer in Literary Studies, University of the West of England, Bristol

AMARYLL BEATRICE CHANADY Professor in Comparative Literature, University of Montreal

STEVE CLARK Lecturer in English, Osaka University

EMMA CLERY Research Fellow, Sheffield Hallam University

JOHN CLOY Librarian, John Davis Williams Library, University of Mississippi

IAN CONRICH Lecturer in Film Studies, Brunel University

NEIL CORNWELL Professor in Russian, University of Bristol

JEFFREY N.COX Associate Professor in English, Texas A&M University

ERIC HADLEY DENTON Associate Professor in English, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania

MADGE DRESSER Principal Lecturer in Historical Studies, University of the West of England

SION EIRIAN freelance writer, Cardiff

U.A.FANTHORPE poet, Wootton-under-Edge

BENJAMIN F.FISHER Associate Professor in English, University of Mississippi

MICHAEL FRANKLIN Lecturer in English Studies, University of Wales, Cardiff

KEN GELDER Associate Professor in English, University of Melbourne

R.A.GILBERT writer and bookseller, Bristol

ANTONIO BALLESTEROS GONZALEZ Lecturer in English, Universidad Autonoma, Madrid

IAIN HAMILTON GRANT Lecturer in Cultural Studies, University of the West of England

TERRY HALE Director, The British Centre for Literary Translation, University of East Anglia

JERROLD E.HOGLE Associate Professor in English, University of Arizona, Tucson

AVRIL HORNER Lecturer in English, Salford University

CHRISTOPH HOUSWITSCHKA Lecturer in English, University of Dresden

WILLIAM HUGHES Lecturer in English, Bath College of Higher Education

ELIZABETH IMLAY writer and publisher, Speldhurst, Kent

DARRYL JONES Lecturer in English, Trinity College, University of Dublin

ELAINE JORDAN Senior Lecturer in English, University of Essex

RICHARD KERRIDGE Lecturer in English, Bath College of Higher Education

SALLY LEDGER Lecturer in English, Birkbeck College, University of London

ROBERT LEE Professor in English, Nihon University, Japan

TIM LUSTIG Lecturer in American Studies, Keele University

DOUGLAS MACK Senior Lecturer in English, University of Stirling

CECILE MALET-DAGREOU Postgraduate student in English, Goldsmiths College, University of London

PHILIP MARTIN Head of Humanities, Cheltenham, and Gloucester College, Cheltenham

J.M.MCCORMACK Senior Lecturer in English, Goldsmiths College, University of London

ALISON MILBANK writer, Cambridge

ROBERT MILES Reader in English, Sheffield Hallam University

PASCAL NICKLAS Lecturer in English, Leipzig University, Germany

GRAHAM OVENDEN artist, Cornwall

DAVID PUNTER Professor in English Studies, University of Stirling

TINA R

Reviews

'Not just another handbook, this volume will be of great benefit to those interested in literary Gothicism...Mulvey-Roberts deserves congratulations for magisterial editing...A must for all types of libraries.' - B.F. Fisher, Choice

'Not just another handbook, this volume will be of great benefit to those interested in literary Gothicism...The editor has distinguished herself as a leading specialist in Gothicism, and her own entries...are predictably first-rate. Her contributors evince like authority; the 'best' have been chosen to present their topics...A must for all types of libraries.' - B.B. Fisher, Choice