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A new companion to the gothic / edited by David Punter

Contributor(s): Punter, David [edt].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Blackwell companions to literature and culture: Publisher: Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell, 2015Edition: 2. ed.Description: 549 str. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781119062509.Subject(s): gotička književnost | priče strave | priče o duhovima | psihoanaliza i književnost
Contents:
Introduction: The Ghost of a History 1 David Punter ---- Part I. Gothic Backgrounds 11 ---- 1 In Gothic Darkly: Heterotopia, History, Culture 13 Fred Botting ---- 2 The Goths in History and Pre-Gothic Gothic 25 Robin Sowerby ---- 3 Gothic Shakespeare 38 Dale Townshend ---- 4 European Gothic 64 Neil Cornwell ---- 5 The Gothic Ballad 77 Douglass H. Thomson ---- Part II. The Original Gothic 91 ---- 6 Ann Radcliffe and Matthew Lewis 93 Robert Miles ---- 7 Mary Shelley, Author of Frankenstein 110 Nora Crook ---- 8 Walter Scott, James Hogg, and Scottish Gothic 123 Ian Duncan ---- 9 Irish Gothic: C. R. Maturin and J. S. LeFanu 135 Victor Sage ---- 10 The Political Culture of Gothic Drama 148 David Worrall ---- Part III. Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Transformations 161 ---- 11 Nineteenth-Century American Gothic 163 Allan Lloyd Smith ---- 12 The Ghost Story 176 Julia Briggs ---- 13 Gothic in the 1890s 186 Glennis Byron ---- 14 Fictional Vampires in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 197 William Hughes ---- 15 Horror Fiction: In Search of a Definition 211 Clive Bloom ---- 16 Love Bites: Contemporary Women’s Vampire Fictions 224 Gina Wisker ---- 17 Gothic Film 239 Heidi Kaye ---- 18 Shape and Shadow: On Poetry and the Uncanny 252 David Punter ---- Part IV. Gothic Theory and Genre 265 ---- 19 Gothic Criticism 267 Chris Baldick and Robert Mighall ---- 20 The Gothic Sublime 288 Vijay Mishra ---- 21 Psychoanalysis and the Gothic 307 Michelle A. Massé ---- 22 Comic Gothic 321 Avril Horner and Sue Zlosnik ---- 23 Gothic and the Graphic Novel 335 Julia Round ---- 24 Goth Culture 350 Catherine Spooner ---- Part V. The Globalization of Gothic 367 ---- 25 Global Gothic 369 Glennis Byron ---- 26 Australian Gothic 379 Ken Gelder ---- 27 New Zealand Gothic 393 Ian Conrich ---- 28 Canadian Gothic 409 Cynthia Sugars ---- 29 Asian Gothic 428 Katarzyna Ancuta ---- 30 Japanese Gothic 442 Charles Shirô Inouye ---- Part VI. The Continuing Debate 455 ---- 31 Can You Forgive Her? The Gothic Heroine and Her Critics 457 Kate Ferguson Ellis ---- 32 Picture This: Stephen King’s Queer Gothic 469 Steven Bruhm ---- 33 Seeing Things: Gothic and the Madness of Interpretation 481 Scott Brewster ---- 34 The Gothic Ghost of the Counterfeit and the Progress of Abjection 496 Jerrold E. Hogle ---- 35 The Magical Realism of the Contemporary Gothic 510 Lucie Armitt ---- 36 Welcome the Coming, Speed the Parting Guest: Hospitality and the Gothic 523 Joanne Watkiss ---- Index 535
Summary: This thoroughly expanded and updated edition provides a series of stimulating insights into Gothic writing, its history and genealogy. The addition of 12 new essays and a section on 'Global Gothic' reflects the direction Gothic criticism has taken over the last decade.
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Introduction: The Ghost of a History 1
David Punter ----

Part I. Gothic Backgrounds 11 ----

1 In Gothic Darkly: Heterotopia, History, Culture 13
Fred Botting ----

2 The Goths in History and Pre-Gothic Gothic 25
Robin Sowerby ----

3 Gothic Shakespeare 38
Dale Townshend ----

4 European Gothic 64
Neil Cornwell ----

5 The Gothic Ballad 77
Douglass H. Thomson ----

Part II. The Original Gothic 91 ----

6 Ann Radcliffe and Matthew Lewis 93
Robert Miles ----

7 Mary Shelley, Author of Frankenstein 110
Nora Crook ----

8 Walter Scott, James Hogg, and Scottish Gothic 123
Ian Duncan ----

9 Irish Gothic: C. R. Maturin and J. S. LeFanu 135
Victor Sage ----

10 The Political Culture of Gothic Drama 148
David Worrall ----

Part III. Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Transformations 161 ----

11 Nineteenth-Century American Gothic 163
Allan Lloyd Smith ----

12 The Ghost Story 176
Julia Briggs ----

13 Gothic in the 1890s 186
Glennis Byron ----

14 Fictional Vampires in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries 197
William Hughes ----

15 Horror Fiction: In Search of a Definition 211
Clive Bloom ----

16 Love Bites: Contemporary Women’s Vampire Fictions 224
Gina Wisker ----

17 Gothic Film 239
Heidi Kaye ----

18 Shape and Shadow: On Poetry and the Uncanny 252
David Punter ----

Part IV. Gothic Theory and Genre 265 ----

19 Gothic Criticism 267
Chris Baldick and Robert Mighall ----

20 The Gothic Sublime 288
Vijay Mishra ----

21 Psychoanalysis and the Gothic 307
Michelle A. Massé ----

22 Comic Gothic 321
Avril Horner and Sue Zlosnik ----

23 Gothic and the Graphic Novel 335
Julia Round ----

24 Goth Culture 350
Catherine Spooner ----

Part V. The Globalization of Gothic 367 ----

25 Global Gothic 369
Glennis Byron ----

26 Australian Gothic 379
Ken Gelder ----

27 New Zealand Gothic 393
Ian Conrich ----

28 Canadian Gothic 409
Cynthia Sugars ----

29 Asian Gothic 428
Katarzyna Ancuta ----

30 Japanese Gothic 442
Charles Shirô Inouye ----

Part VI. The Continuing Debate 455 ----

31 Can You Forgive Her? The Gothic Heroine and Her Critics 457
Kate Ferguson Ellis ----

32 Picture This: Stephen King’s Queer Gothic 469
Steven Bruhm ----

33 Seeing Things: Gothic and the Madness of Interpretation 481
Scott Brewster ----

34 The Gothic Ghost of the Counterfeit and the Progress of Abjection 496
Jerrold E. Hogle ----

35 The Magical Realism of the Contemporary Gothic 510
Lucie Armitt ----

36 Welcome the Coming, Speed the Parting Guest: Hospitality and the Gothic 523
Joanne Watkiss ----

Index 535

This thoroughly expanded and updated edition provides a series of stimulating insights into Gothic writing, its history and genealogy. The addition of 12 new essays and a section on 'Global Gothic' reflects the direction Gothic criticism has taken over the last decade.

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