Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature

Encyclopedia of Gothic Literature

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Baker & Taylor
An alphabetic guide to Gothic literature covers a vast array of works and writers from Britain and America, from the origins of the movement in the 18th century to contemporary times.

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Aimed at teachers, students, and general readers, this reference contains alphabetically arranged listings on a wide range of topics relating to Gothic literature. Entries include writers such as Jane Austen, Stephen King, and Bram Stoker as well as concepts and terms such as Byronic hero, occultism, and graveyard verse. At the back of the volume are found appendices such as a time line, a list of major authors and works, a filmography, and bibliographies of primary and secondary sources. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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& Taylor

From the origins of the movement in the 18th century to contemporary writers, an A-to-Z guide to Gothic literature covers a vast array of works and writers from Britain and America, as well as a variety of genres, such as short stories, plays, poetry, and influential films.

Publisher: New York : Facts on File, c2005
ISBN: 9780816055289
0816055289
Branch Call Number: REF 809.911 Snodg
Characteristics: xvi, 480 p

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