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Women's authorship and the early Gothic. Legacies and innovations.

Women's authorship and the early Gothic. Legacies and innovations.

Author: Kathleen Hudson
Publisher: Cardiff : University of Wales Press 2020.
Series: Gothic literary studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
This edited collection examines Gothic works written by women authors in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, with a specific focus on the novels and chapbooks produced by less widely commercially and critically popular writers. Bringing these authors to the forefront of contemporary critical examinations of the Gothic, chapters in this collection examine how these works impacted the development of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kathleen Hudson
ISBN: 9781786836106 1786836106
OCLC Number: 1263757863
Description: 288 p.
Contents: AcknowledgementsList of IllustrationsList of ContributorsIntroductionAlternative Genealogies: (Re)tracing the Origins of Women's Gothic in Sophia Lee's The Recess and Mrs. Carver's The Horrors of Oakendale Abbey - Anna ShajiratGothic before Gothic: Minerva Press Reviews, Gender and the Evolution of Genre - Hannah Doherty HudsonWhat 'Poor Mrs. Kelly' Saw: Isabella Kelly Reads The Monk - Yael ShapiraMary Robinson's Gothic and the Prison of Gender - Deborah RussellAdopting the 'Orphan': Literary Exchange and Appropriation in Eleanor Sleath's The Orphan of the Rhine - Kathleen HudsonThe Fiction of Mary Julia Young: Female Trade Gothic and Romantic Genre-Mixing - Nicky LloydSarah Wilkinson and J. F. Hughes: A Literary Relationship - Franz PotterNegotiating Gothic Nationalisms in Ann Radcliffe's Post-1797 Texts: Gaston de Blondeville and St. Alban's Abbey - Elizabeth BobbitRegina Maria Roche's The Children of the Abbey: Its Literary Life and Afterlife - Christina MorinSelf-haunted Heroines: Remapping the generic "I" back into Romantic subjectivities - Elizabeth NeimanBibliography
Series Title: Gothic literary studies.
Responsibility: Kathleen Hudson.


This collection examines Gothic fiction written by female authors in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Analysing works by lesser known authors within a historical context, the  Read more...


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