Guide to the Gothic II: an annotated bibliography of criticism, 1983-1993, Volume 2
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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American Gothic Ann Radcliffe annotated Beckford bibliography Bronte Caleb Williams Castle of Otranto Chapter characters Charles Brockden Brown Charlotte critical cultural Dark Darrell Schweitzer demonic Discusses Dissertation Abstracts International Dracula E.F. Bleiler Edgar Huntly Eighteenth Century Emily English Gothic essay Fantasy Fanu's Fear Female Gothic feminine feminist Franken Frontier genre Ghost Godwin's Goth Gothic fiction Gothic novel Gothic novelists Gothic romance Gothic studies Gothic tradition Haunted heroine Horror Fiction horror film James Jane Journal King's landscape Lewis literary Lovecraft Studies Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Maturin Melmoth the Wanderer Mercer Island monster Mysteries of Udolpho Myth narrative Northanger Abbey Poe's psychological Radcliffe's reader reading Review Robert Romanticism Science Fiction sexual Shelley Sheridan Le Fanu Shining Short Fiction short stories social Starmont House Stephen King sublime Supernatural Fiction tale terror texts theme theory tion University vampire Varma Vathek Victorian Walpole Walpole's Wieland women York