Varieties of female gothic, Volume 1
Pickering & Chatto, 2002 - Fiction - 6 pages
Varieties of Female Gothic is a major contribution to the recent developments in criticism centring on Romantic women's literature, and makes available a representative selection of the most important types of Female Gothic fiction. The range of texts and the supporting materials will improve understanding of the Female Gothic and its relation to other forms of fiction.
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