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Exhibited by candlelight : sources and developments in the Gothic tradition

Author: Valeria Tinkler-Villani; Peter Davidson; Jane Stevenson
Publisher: Amsterdam : Rodopi, 1995.
Series: DQR studies in literature, 16.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Valeria Tinkler-Villani; Peter Davidson; Jane Stevenson
ISBN: 9051838328 9789051838329
OCLC Number: 185827163
Description: 298 s. : illustrations.
Contents: Exhibited by Candlelight: Introduction. Anthony JOHNSON: Gaps and Gothic Sensibility: Walpole, Lewis, Mary Shelley, and Maturin. David PUNTER: Ossian, Blake and the Questionable Source. Michel BARIDON: The Gothic Revival and the Theory of Knowledge in the First Phase of the Enlightenment. Manuel AGUIRRE: The Roots of the Symbolic Role of Woman in Gothic Literature. E.J. CLERY: Laying the Ground for Gothic: The Passage of the Supernatural from Truth to Spectacle. Peter de VOOGD: Sentimental Horrors: Feeling in the Gothic Novel. Helga HUSHAHN: Sturm und Drang in Radcliffe and Lewis. Thomas KULLMANN: Nature and Psychology in Melmoth the Wanderer and Wuthering Heights. Claire LAMONT: Jane Austen's Gothic Architecture. Neil CORNWELL: Gothic and Its Origins in East and West: Vladimir Odoevsky and Fitz-James O'Brian. Douglas S. MACK: Aspects of the Supernatural in the Shorter Fiction of James Hogg. Alan SHELSTON: The Supernatural in the Stories of Elizabeth Gaskell. Chris BALDICK: The End of the Line: The Family Curse in Shorter British Fiction. C.C. BARFOOT: The Gist of the Gothic in English Fiction; or, Gothic and the Invasion of Boundaries. Marysa DEMOOR: Male Monsters or Monstrous Males in Victorian Women's Fiction. Gudrun KAUHL: Myths of Enclosure and Myths of the Open in The Monk and Wuthering Heights. Elizabeth TILLEY: Gender and Role-playing in Lady Audley's Secret. W.M. VERHOEVEN: Opening the Text: The Locked-Trunk Motif in Late Eighteenth-Century British and American Gothic Fiction. Robert DRUCE: Pulex Defixus, Or, The Spellbound Flea: An Excursion into Porno-Gothic. Wim TIGGES: The Split Personality and Other Gothic Elements in David Lindsay's A Voyage to Arcturus. Bart WESTERWEEL: An Immense Snake Uncoiled: H. Rider Haggard's Heart of Darkness and Imperial Gothic. N.J. BREDEROO: Dracula in Film. Theo D'HAEN: Postmodern Gothic. Notes on Contributors.
Series Title: DQR studies in literature, 16.
Responsibility: edited by Valeria Tinkler-Villani and Peter Davidson, with Jane Stevenson.

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