Gothic Novels of the Twentieth Century: An Annotated Bibliography
Easy to use, competently indexed, and fun to explore, this bibliography is an irresistible antidote for all forms of gothic snobbery. Recommended for gothophiliacs, gothophobiacs, and readers with idle nights and empty weekends.
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