Guide to the Gothic II: an annotated bibliography of criticism, 1983-1993, Volume 2

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Scarecrow Press, Jul 1, 1995 - Literary Criticism - 523 pages
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An annotated sequel and supplement to the original Guide to the Gothic, this book includes over 1,500 new entries reflecting the increased use of feminist perspectives and linguistic, theoretical, and semiotic approaches in recent Gothic novel scholarship, as well as the changed attitude toward the value and meaning involved in reading and writing Gothic fiction. Intended as a companion to the first Guide, this book retains the same organization and chapter content as its predecessor. New individual author studies include sections on Stephen King and Edith Wharton. A special section identifies anthologies of Gothic fiction.

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SPECIAL SUBJECT AREAS
402
INDEX OF CRITICS EDITORS
455
INDEX OF AUTHORS TITLES
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FREDERICK S. FRANK is Professor Emeritus of English at Allegheny College. He is the coeditor of The Poe Encyclopedia (1997) and the author of Through the Pale Door: A Guide to and through the American Gothic (1990), both available from Greenwood Press.

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