The New Gothic: a collection of contemporary Gothic fiction

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Random House, Oct 1, 1991 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Exploring a landscape of internalized horror, stories by John Edgar Wideman, Angela Carter, Ruth Rendell, Peter Straub, Anne Rice, Martin Amis, and others present a world of madness, terror, death, evil, and perversion

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I've been reading an awful lot of story anthologies lately, and the word "uneven" seems to occur to me just about every time. No exception here, I'm afraid. Despite the roster of respected names on ... Read full review

Review: New Gothic: A Collection of Contemporary Gothic Fiction

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Contains one of the creepiest stories I've ever read. Read full review

Contents

Jamaica Kincaid Ovando i
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The Fierceness
51
Scott Bradfield Didn t She Know
95
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Bradford Morrow is the author of the novels "Come Sunday," "Trinity Fields," and "Giovanni's Gift," In 1998, the American Academy of Arts and Letters presented him with the Academy Award in Literature. He is a professor of literature at Bard College and is founder and editor of the literary journal "Conjunctions,

Patrick McGrath is the author of numerous novels, including "Port Mungo," "Asylum," "Spider," "The Grotesque," and "Martha Peake: A Novel of the Revolution," He lives in New York.

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