The Cambridge companion to American gothic / edited by Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, Central Michigan University.
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- ISBN: 1107539781
- ISBN: 9781107539785
- ISBN: 9781107117143
- ISBN: 1107117143
- Physical Description: xiv, 254 pages ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Cambridge ; Cambridge University Press, 2017.
- Copyright: ©2017
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction. The American Gothic / Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock -- Part I. Periods: Early American Gothic (Puritan and New Republic) / Faye Ringel -- Romanticism and the American Gothic / Alfred Bendixen -- American Gothic realism and naturalism / Monika Elbert and Wendy Ryden -- Modernist American Gothic / John Paul Riquelme -- Contemporary American Gothic / Justin D. Edwards -- Part II. Identities and Locations: Race and the American Gothic / Ellen Weinauer -- American female Gothic / Diane Long Hoeveler -- Queer American Gothic / Ardel Haefele-Thomas -- American frontier Gothic / Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds -- Southern American Gothic / Charles L. Crow -- Urban American Gothic / Leonard Cassuto -- Part III. Genre and Media: The Gothic in American children's literature / Karen Coats -- Gothic American poetry / Travis D. Montgomery -- Gothic American drama / Heather S. Nathans -- Gothic American film & TV / Carol Margaret Davidson -- Gothic American gaming / Tanya Krzywinska.
"The Cambridge Companion to American Gothic offers an accessible overview to both the breadth and depth of the American Gothic tradition. This subgenre features works from many of America's best-known authors: Edgar Allan Poe, Toni Morrison, Stephen King, Anne Rice, Henry James, Edith Wharton, William Faulkner, and Flannery O'Connor. Authored by leading experts in the field, the introduction and sixteen chapters explore the American Gothic chronologically, in relation to different social groups, in connection with different geographic regions, and in different media, including children's literature, poetry, drama, film, television, and gaming. This Companion provides a rich and thorough analysis of the American Gothic tradition from a twenty-first-century standpoint, and will be a key resource undergraduates, graduate students, and professional researchers interested in this topic." -- Publisher's description
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