The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction

@inproceedings{Hogle2002TheCC,
  title={The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction},
  author={Jerrold E. Hogle},
  year={2002}
}
Preface Contributors Chronology 1. Introduction: The 'Gothic' in Western culture Jerrold E. Hogle 2. The genesis of 'Gothic' fiction E. J. Clery 3. The 1790s: the effulgence of the Gothic Robert Miles 4. The continental Gothic Terry Hale 5. Gothic fictions and Romantic writing in Britain Michael Gamer 6. The Scottish and Irish Gothic David Punter 7. English Gothic theatre Jeffrey N. Cox 8. The Victorian Gothic in English novels and stories, 1830-85 Alison Milbank 9. The rise of American Gothic… 
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The Useful Myth of Gothic Ancestry
  • Studies in Eighteenth - Century Culture