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Gothick novel : a casebook

Author: V Sage
Publisher: Johannesburg : Macmillan, 1990.
Series: Casebook series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This volume in the "novels" section of casebooks surveys the rise and development of the Gothic tale of mystery and horror, from the mid-19th century to the eve of the Victorian period and includes  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: V Sage
ISBN: 0333344804 9780333344804 0333344790 9780333344798
OCLC Number: 495471204
Description: 190 pages.
Contents: Part 1 Critical comment and opinion: Samual Johnson; Edmund Burke; Richard Hurd; S.T.Coleridge; Jane Austin; Marquis de Sade; Henry Crabb Robinson; Thomas Love Peacock; Sir Walter Scott; James Hogg; Sir Walter Scott; T.B.Macaulay; Wilkie Collins. Part 2 20th century studies: explained supernatural, George Saintsbury; the uncanny, Sigmund Freud; the Gothic romance, Joyce M.A.Tompkins; king death, Eleanor M.Sickels; the metamorphosis of Satan, Mario Praz; English "romans noirs" and surrealism, Andre Breton; the "goths" in England, Samuel Kliger; the substitution of terror for love, Leslie Fiedler; Lewis' "The Monk" - a brutal revolt against the limits of human nature, Robert Kiely; fictional technique in Radcliffe's "Udolpho", Coral Ann Howells; Mary Shelley's monstrous eve, Sandra M.Gilbert and Marion Gubar; my hideous progeny - Mary Shelley and the feminizatiion of romance, Mary Poovey.
Series Title: Casebook series.
Responsibility: edited by Victor Sage.


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