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2014, 2nd edition., The new critical idiom., ISBN 0415831725, 224 pages
This enduringly popular book has become a classic in the expanding and increasingly popular field of Gothic Studies. This long awaited new edition contains a... 
Horror tales, American | Gothic revival (Literature) | Theory, etc | Horror tales, English | Literary form | History and criticism | Gothic Literature | 19th Century Literature | Critical Concepts | English-speaking countries
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2008, ISBN 0719077540
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Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, ISSN 0897-0521, 01/2019, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 6 - 24
Recognizing that, at a time of "grief, outrage and anger," the idea of an assault against a way of life characterized by freedom and democracy is "an easy... 
Justice | Novelists | Psychic trauma | Criticism and interpretation | Analysis | Terror | Saadawi, Ahmed | Terrorism | Violence | E mail | Mobile phones | Magazines | Audio recordings | Censorship | Refugees | Trauma | Algebra | Television | Transnationalism | Novels | Politics | Books | Power | Questioning
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1996, New critical idiom, ISBN 9780415092197, vi, 201
This enduringly popular book has become a classic in the expanding and increasingly popular field of Gothic Studies. This long awaited new edition contains a... 
Horror tales, American | Gothic revival (Literature) | Theory, etc | Horror tales, English | Literary form | History and criticism | Gothic Literature | 19th Century Literature | Critical Concepts
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Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture, ISSN 0016-6928, 07/2018, Volume 51, Issue 2, pp. 183 - 207
Unrealism addresses the way unrealistic genres of writing like science fiction, horror, romance, and fantasy can display a capacity to reflect on and... 
Literature and Literary Studies | Cultural Studies | Crash | Ishiguro, Kazuo | fictionality | The City & the City | fiction | English literature | Perdido Street Station | Never Let Me Go | 1900-1999 | Harrison, Michael John | 2000-2099 | Miéville, China | reality | novel | Ballard, J. G
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Horror Studies, ISSN 2040-3283, 10/2015, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp. 239 - 254
Absence is crucial to the evocation of horror, marking out limits to sense, knowledge and representation. Linked to space, horror's architectural,... 
Space | Architecture | Horror | Materiality | Otherness | (Post-)humanity | Absence | The sacred | House of Leaves | Danielewski, Mark Z | genre conventions | 2000-2099 | novel | horror novel | American literature | Absence/Presence | Narrative Technique | Twentieth Century | Authors | Literary Allusion | English Literature
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2010, ISBN 9781441106827, ix, 193
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Horror Studies, ISSN 2040-3275, 2012, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp. 281 - 303
Exploring links between speculative materialist philosophy and the writings of H. P. Lovecraft, this article tracks how theories of horror have been defined,... 
Speculative Realism | Twentieth Century | Authors | English Literature | Lovecraft, H. P | Thing Theory | Posthumanism | Materialism | Lovecraft, Howard Phillips | psychoanalytic approach | objects | the uncanny | Cthulhu stories | 1900-1999 | short story | horror story | materiality | philosophical approach | American literature
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Postmodern Culture, ISSN 1053-1920, 2013, Volume 23, Issue 3
This essay examines the ways in which contemporary economic discourse uses the zombie metaphor. It situates these uses in relation to the current resurgence of... 
Zombies | Philosophy | Debt | HUMANITIES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | themes and figures | zombie | economy | debt | Politics | Paleography | Theory | Metaphor | Fiction
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Postmodern Studies, ISSN 0923-0483, 2012, p. 99
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2008, 1st ed., Accents on Shakespeare series, ISBN 9780415420679, Volume 10, xvii, 243
Readings of Shakespeare were both influenced by and influential in the rise of Gothic forms in literature and culture from the late eighteenth century onwards.... 
English fiction | Literature: Texts | Gothic Literature | Shakespeare | Gothic revival (Literature) - Great Britain | Gothic fiction (Literary genre)
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