A-Z by Author


A FRIEND of Accuracy. “M.G. Lewis.” Notes and Queries 4 (1957): 389. [GGI: 0546].
AARON, Jane. “The Return of the Repressed: Reading Mary Shelley’s The Last Man.” Feminist Criticism: Theory and Practice. Ed. Susan Sellers, Linda Hutcheon, and Paul Perron. Toronto: Toronto University Press, 1991. 9-21. [GGIII: 1603]
AARON, Jane. "Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Welsh Gothic Fiction."  Literature Compass. 7.4 (2010): 281-9
AARON, Jane.  Welsh Gothic.  Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2013.  
ABADI, Nagy Zoltan. “Gothic Fiction.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 6 (2000): 145-96. [GGIII: 3345]
ABARTIS, Cæsarea. “Ugly-Pretty, Dull-Bright, Weak-Strong Girl in the Gothic Mansion.” [GGI: 2239].
ABBI-EZZI, Nathalie. The Double in the Fictions of R.L. Stevenson, Wilkie Collins, and Daphne du Maurier. Frankfurt am and New York: Peter Lang, 2003.
ABDULATIEF, Soraya. “Of Pain or Pleasure: The Construction of Women as Sado-Masochistic Subjects in Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolpho.” Inter Action. Eds. Loes Nas and Lesley Marx. Capetown, South Africa: Department of English, University of Capetown; Department of English, University of Western Cape , 1994. 6-14. [GGIII: 0963]
ABENSOUR, Liliane and Françoise CHARRAS. Romantisme Noir. Paris: Herne, 1978. [GGII: 0037].
ABENSOUR, Liliane. “Limites––non frontières d‘une oeuvre: Le Moine de M.G. Lewis.” Eurpoe: Revue Littéraire Mensuelle 659 (1984): 13-18. [GGII: 0310].
ABREU, John Warren. “Philosophy into Fiction: The Novels of William Godwin.” Dissertation Abstracts International 39 (1979): 4263A (City University of New York). [GGI: 0608].
ACCETA, Michael Angelo. “Gothic Elements in the Early American Novel: 1775-1825.” Disseratation Abstracts International 14 (1954): 1394 (University of Pittsburgh). [GGI: 1299].
ACHILLES, Jochen. “Composite Dis(Order): Cultural Identity in Wieland, Edgar Huntly, and Arthur Gordon Pym.” 1650-1850: Ideas, Æsthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era 3 (1997): 251-69. [GGIII: 3460]
ACHILLES, Jochen. “Fantasy as Psychological Necessity: Sheridan Le Fanu’s Fiction” (pp. 150-68). In Gothick Origins and Innovations. eds. Victor Sage and Allan Lloyd Smith. Amsterdam; Atlanta, Georgia: Rodopi; Costerus New Series 91, 1994. [GGIII: 2531]
ACHILLES, Jochen. Sheridan Le Fanu und die schauerromantische tradition: Zur Psychologischen funktion der motrivik von sensationsroman und geister ge-schichte. [GGII: 0679]. Tübingen, Germany: Gunter Narr, 1991.
ACKERMAN, Forrest J. The Frankenscience Monster. New York: Ace Books, 1969. [GGI: 2449].
ADAMS, Ann Marie. "What's in a Frame?: The Authorizing Presence in James Whale's Bride of Frankenstein. The Journal of Popular Culture 42.3 (403-418).
ADAMS, Donald K. Introduction. The Vampyre. Pasadena, CA: G. Dahlström, 1968. 3-37. [GGI: 0967].
ADAMS, Harriet Farwell. “Domesticating the Brutal Passion in Nineteenth Century Fiction.” Victorian Newsletter 67 (1985): 7-10. [GGII: 0396].
ADELMAN, Gary. “Possession and Gothic Horror: David Storey’s Use of The Idiot in Radcliffe.” Journal of Modern Literature 24:1 (2000): 181-88.
ADICKES, Sandra Elaine. “The Social Quest: The Expanded Vision of Four Women Travelers in the Era of the French Revolution.” Dissertation Abstracts Int. 38 (1978): 7308A (New York University). [GGI: 0390].
ADICKES, Sandra Elaine. The Social Quest: The Expanded Vision of Four Women Travelers in the Era of the French Revolution. New York: Peter Lang, 1991. [GGII: 0238].
AGNEW, Jennifer Marie. “‘Trying to Name the Unspeakable’: Narrating Identity in Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Gothic Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 62:5 (2001): 1831 (Saint Louis University). [GGIII: 0099].
AGUIRE, Manuel. "Gothic Fiction and Folk-Narrative Structure: The Case of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein." Gothic Studies 15.2 (2013): 1-18
AGUIRRE, Manuel. “Narrative Structure, Liminality, Self-Liminality: The Case of Gothic Fiction.” A Place That Is Not a Place: Essays in Liminality and Text. Ed. Isabel Soto. Madrid, Spain: Publisher not indicated, 2000. 133-52. [GGIII: 0102].
AGUIRRE, Manuel. “The Roots of the Symbolic Role of Woman in Gothic Literature.” Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition. Eds. Valeria Tinkler Villani, Peter Davidson, and Jane Stevenson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 57-63. [GGIII: 0101].
AGUIRRE, Manuel. "Geometries of Terror: Numinous Spaces in Gothic, Horror and Science Fiction." Gothic Studies 10.2 (2008): 1-17.
AGUIRRE, Manuel. The Closed Space: Horror Literature and Western Symbolism. Manchester & New York: Manchester University Press, 1990. [GGII: 0038].
AGUSTIN, Eduardo García. “Travelling into the Shadow of Innsmouth.” B. A. S.: British and American Studies/Revista de Studii Britanice si Americane 10 (2004): 25-30.
AHERN, Stephen. “Disenchanting Sentimentality: Lewis's The Monk, Moal Agency, and the Lie of Romance” (XXX). Affected Sensibilities: Romantic Excess and the Genealogy of the Novel, 1610-1810. New York: AMS Press, 2007. [GGIV: 0000].
AHERN, Stephen “Between Duty and Desire: Sentimental Agency in British Prose Fiction of the Later Eighteenth Century.” Dissertation Abstracts International 61:6 (1999): 246 (McGill University). [GGIII: 0966]
AHERN, Stephen. “Disciplining the Sensible Self: Dialectics of Passion and Reason in Radcliffe’s The Mysteries of Udolpho” (XXX). Affected Sensibilities: Romantic Excess and the Genealogy of the Novel, 1610-1810. New York: AMS Press, 2007. [GGIV: 0000].
AHLBRAND, Sheila. “Author and Editor: Mary Shelley’s Private Writings and the Author Function of Percy Bysshe Shelley.”Iconoclastic Departures: Mary Shelley After Frankenstein: Essays in Honor of the Bicentenary of Mary Shelley’s Birth. Eds. Syndy M. Conger, Frederick S. Frank, and Gregory O‘Dea. Madison, NJ.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997. 35-61. [GGIII: 1605]
AHLSTROM, Helen. “The Gothic Novel: Criticism and Theory (1764-1832).” Master‘s Thesis, Northwestern University, 1929. [GGIII: 0103].
AIKEN, Susan Hardy. “Gothic Cryptographies” (pp. 67-83). Isak Dinesen and the Engendering of Narrative. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990.
AINO, Tsuyoshi. “Du château a l‘hôtel; Proceedings of the XVIIIth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association.” 200-09 in The Force of Vision II; Visions in History; Visions of the Other. Eds. Toru Haga, Gerald Gillespie, Margaret Higonnet, and Sumie Jones. Tokyo: International Comparative Literature Association, 1995. [From castle to hotel]. [GGIII: 0104].
AIRAKSINEN, Timo. The Philosophy of H.P. Lovecraft: The Route to Horror. New York: Peter Lang, 1999.
AKIYAMA, Masayuki. “James and Nanboku: A Comparative Study of Supernatural Stories in the West and East." Comparative Literature Studies 22 (1985): 43-52. [GGII: 0982
ALAKI, Ahlam. “Potocki’s Gothic Arabesque: Embedded Narrative and the Treatment of Boundaries in The Manuscript Found in Saragossa” (pp. 183-203). European Gothic: A Spirited Exchange 1760-1960, ed. Avril Horner. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2002.
ALAMOUDI, Carmen. “Un Sourire dechire: L‘Ironie dans le Vathek de Beckford.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 8 (1996): 401-14. [A Lacerating Smile: Irony in Beckford’s Vathek]. [GGIII: 0759].
ALBERT, Lauren Gale. “The Friction of Experience: Community and Understanding in the Novels of Charles Brockden Brown.” Dissertation Abstracts International 61:2 (2000): 606 (City University of New York). [GGIII: 3461]
ALBERT, Walter and Doug HIGHSMITH. “Fantasy and Horror Art and Illustration.” Fantasy and Horror: A Critical and Historical Guide to Literature, Illustration, Film, TV, Radio, and the Internet .Ed. Neil Barron. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 1999. 573-618. [GGIII: 0001].
ALBERTAZZI, Silvia. “Figurazinoni oniriche nel romance ‘Italiano’ di Ann Radcliffe.” Spicilegio Moderno: Saggi e Ricerche di Letterature e Lingue Straniere 9 (1978): 146- 153. [GGI: 0391].
ALBERTAZZI, Silvia. “Letteratura e cinema: David Cronenberg dagli incubi del gotico inglese ai disagi dell’eta postcoloniale.” Problemi: Periodico Quadrimestrale di Cultura 103 (1995): 234-41. [Literature and Cinema: David Cronenberg from the Incubi of the English Gothic to his Postcolonial Discomforts].
ALBERTAZZI, Silvia. Il sogno gotico: fantasia onirica e coscienza femminile da Horace Walpole a Charlotte Brontë. Imola: Biblioteca di Spicilegio moderno, Galeati, 1980. [The Gothic dream: Oneiric fantasy and feminine conscience from Horace Walpole to Charlotte Brontë]. [GGIII: 0627].
ALBRIGHT, Richard S. "No Time Like the Present: The Mysteries of Udolpho." Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 5 (2005): 49-75. [GGIV: 0000]
ALBRIGHT, Richard Sheldon. “Writing the Past, Writing the Future: Time and narrative in Gothic and Sensation Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 63:4 (20-02): 1350. (Lehigh University). [GGIII: 0105].
ALDISS, Brian W. “Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, 1797-1851.” Science Fiction Writers: Critical Studies of the Major Authors from the Early Nineteenth Century to the Present Day. Ed. E.F. Bleiler. New York: Charles Scribner's, 1982. 3-9. [GGII: 0397].
ALDISS, Brian W. Introduction. The Last Man. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1965. vi-xi. [GGIII: 1607]
ALDRIDGE, A. Owen. “The Vampire Theme: Dumas Père and the English Stage.” Revue des Langues Vivantes 39 (1973): 312-324. [GGI: 2316].
ALEGRE, Sara Martin. “Idolos del fantastico popular: el gotico cotidiano de Stephen King y la satira pseudohistorica de Terry Pratchett.” Lo Fantastico literatura y subversion: Quimera. Revista de literatura 218-219 (2002): 87-99. [Idols of the Popular Fantastic: The Wellmade Goth-ic of Stephen King and the Pseudo-Historical Satire of Ter-ry Pratchett].
ALEXANDER, Christine. “‘That Kingdom of Gloom’: Charlotte Brontë, the Annuals, and the Gothic.” Nineteenth-Century Literature 47 (1993): 409-38. [GGIII: 2411]
ALEXANDER, Meena. “Femininity and Betrayal: The Last Man” and “Confronting Chaos: Mary Shelley’s The Last Man.” Women in Romanticism: Mary Wollstonecraft, Dorothy Wordsworth, and Mary Shelley. Savage, MD: Barnes and Noble, 1989. 155-60, 185-91. [GGIII: 1608]
ALEXANDER, Boyd. “The Decay of Beckford’s Genius” (XXX). In William Beckford of Fonthill, 1760-1844: Bicentenary Essays. Ed. Fatma Moussa Mahmoud. Cairo, Egypt: C. Tsoumas, 1960; Rpt. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1972. [GGI: 0282].
ALEXANDER, Boyd. “William Beckford of Fonthill.” Yale University Library Gazette 35 (1961): 161-169. [GGI: 0283].
ALEXANDER, Boyd. “William Beckford: Man of Taste.” History Today 10 (1960): 686-694. [GGI: 0281].
ALEXANDER, Boyd. England’s Wealthiest Son: A Study of William Beckford. London: Centaur Press, 1962. [GGI: 0284].
ALEXANDER, Bryan. “Dracula and the Gothic Imagination of War.” Journal of Dracula Studies 3 (2002): 15-23. [GGIII: 2627]
ALEXANDER, Bryan. “The Blair Witch Project: Expulsion from Adulthood and Versions of American Gothic." Nothing That Is: Millennial Cinema and the Blair Witch Controversies. Eds. Sarah L. Higley, Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2004. 145-61.
ALEXANDER, Christine. "Educating 'the Artist's Eye': Charlotte Brontë and the Pictorial Image." The Brontës in the World of the Arts. Eds. Sandra Hagan and Juliette Wells. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2008. 11-30.
ALLARD, James. Robert. “Spectres, Spectators, Spectacles: Matthew Lewis’s The Castle Spectre.” Gothic Studies 3 (2001): 246-61. [GGIII: 1277]
ALLEN, Bruce. “Delight and Terror.” Hudson Review 26 (1973): 735-742. [GGI: 1516].
ALLEN, Michael. Poe and the British Magazine Tradition. New York: Oxford UP, 1969. [GGI: 1517].
ALLEN, Dennis W. “Horror and Perverse Delight: Faulkner’s ‘A Rose for Emily.’” Modern Fiction Studies 30 (1984): 685-696. [GGII: 1061].
ALLEN, Jeanne. “Harlequins, Gothics, and Soap Operas: Addressing Needs and Masking Fears.” [GGII: 14-32].
ALLEN, M.L. “The Black Veil: Three Versions of a Symbol.” English Studies 47 (1966): 286-289. [GGI: 1639].
ALLEN, Virginia M. “Romantic Ballad and Gothic Plot.” The Femme Fatale: Erotic Icon. Troy, NY: Whitston, 1983. 39-56. [GGII: 1464].
ALLIATA, Michela Vanon. “The Vertigo and the Abyss: Brown’s Internalization of Gothic in Wieland and Edgar Huntley [sic]; Proceedings of the XV Biennial Conference Siracusa, November 4-7, 1999.” America Today: Highways and Labyrinths, ed. Gigliola Nocera . Siracusa, Italy: Grafia, 2003. 124-32. [GGIII: 3462]
ALLISTON, April. “Secret Communications; or, Faults of Transmission.” Correspondences in Eighteenth-Century British and French Women’s Fiction, Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press, 1996. 148-87. [GGIII: 0953]
ALLISTON, April. Introduction. The Recess, A Tale of Other Times, ed. April Alliston. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2000. lx-xliv. [GGIII: 0954]
ALMER, Johan. Variation på götiskt tema: En studie i C.J.L. Almqvists “Sviavigamal.” Göteborg: Litteraturvetenskapliga institutionen, Göteborgs universitet, 2000. [Variation on a Gothic Theme: A Study in C.J.L. Almqvists “Sviavigamal”.]
ALMONTE, Paul. "'When my Life Drops 'twil be Hers': Fearing the Femme Fatale in Hardy's The Woodlanders." The Thomas Hardy Journal 25 (2009): 71-88.
AL-RAWI, Ahmed K. "The Arabic Ghoul and its Western Transformation." Folklore 120.3 (2009): 291-306.
ALSOWAIFIN, Sabah Habes. “Qasim’s Short Stories: An Example of Arabic Supernatural/Ghost/Horror Story.” Dissertation Abstracts International 62:5 (2001): 1854 (University of Alberta).
ALT, Peter-André. “Wiederholung, Paradoxie, Transgression: Versuch über die literarische Imagination des Bösen und ihr Verhältnis zur ästhetischen Erfahrung (de Sade, Goethe, Poe).” Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 79.4 (2005): 531-67.
ALTHANS, Katrin. Darkness Subverted: Aboriginal Gothic in Black Australian Literature and Film. Bonn, Germany:  Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2010.
ALTOMARI, Lisa. “Monstrous Dialogue: Ann Radcliffe and Matthew G. Lewis.” Dissertation Abstracts International 61:4 (2000): 1415 (New York University). [GGIII: 0968]
ALVAREZ, Villar Alfonso. “Análisis temático de la literatura terrifica.” Arbor 78 (1971): 331-42. [Thematic analysis of terror literature]. [GGIII: 0106].
ALWES, Karla. “The Alienation of Family in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.” Jane Austen and Mary Shelley, and their Sisters. Ed. Laura Dabundo. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2000. 109-19. [GGIII: 1609]
AL-ZUBI, Hasan Abdallah. “Realistic and Naturalistic Representation in Henry James’s Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 59:2 (1998): 486A (Indiana University). [GGIII: 4059]
AMERY, Francis. “CAZOTTE, Jacques (1719-1792)” (pp. 663-64). St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost, and Gothic Writers, ed. David Pringle. Detroit: St. James Press/Gale, 1998.
AMERY, Francis. “LEROUX, Gaston (1868-1927)” (pp. 672-73). St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost, and Gothic Writers, ed. David Pringle. Detroit: St. James Press/Gale, 1998.
AMERY, Francis. “VILLIERS DE L’ISLE ADAM, (Jean Marie-Mathias-Philippe-Auguste) Comte de” (pp. 682-83). St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost, and Gothic Writers, ed. David Pringle. Detroit: St. James Press/Gale, 1998.
AMES, Diane S. “Strawberry Hill: Architecture of the ‘as if.’” Studies in Eighteenth Century Culture 8 (1979): 353-63. [GGIII: 0628].
AMFREVILLE, Marc. “The House of the Seven Gables: Une Tragedie gothique.” Revue Française d’Études Américaines 83 (2000): 113-28. [The House of the Seven Gables: A Gothic Tragedy].[GGIII: 3963]
AMFREVILLE, Marc. “Wieland ou la transformation.” Le Roman noir anglais dit gothique, ed. Max Duperray. Paris: Ellipses, 2000. 154-62. [GGIII: 3467]
AMFREVILLE, Marc. “Charles Brockden Brown et Edgar Allan Poe: Transformations and Anamorphoses: Figures de la littérature américaine.” Imaginaires: Revue du Centre de Recherchesur l’imaginaire dans les Littératures de Langue An-glaise 4 (1999): 163-74. [GGIII: 3464]
AMFREVILLE, Marc. “L’ecriture de la subjectivite.” Profils Americains II. Eds. Marc Amfreville and Françoise Charras. Montpelier: Université de Paul Valery, 1999. 47-66. [Writer of Subjectivity]. [GGIII: 3463]
AMFREVILLE, Marc. Charles Brockden Brown: La part du doute. Paris: Belin, 2000. [Charles Brockden Brown: The Role of Doubt]. [GGIII: 3465]
AMICOLA. José. La Batalla de los géneros: Novela gótica versus novela de educación. Rosario, Argentina: Viterbo, 2003.
AMIS, Kingsley. “Dracula, Frankenstein, Sons and Co.” What Became of Jane Austen? And Other Questions. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanich, 1970. [GGI: 2450].
AMPER, Susan. “Masters of Deceit: Poe’s Lying Narrators.” Dissertation Abstracts International 62:1 (2001): 169 (Fordham University). [GGIII: 3800]
ANATOL, Giselle L. The Things That Fly in the Night: Female Vampires in Literature of the Circum-Caribbean and African Diaspora. New Brunswick: Rutgers UP, 2015.
ANCUTA, Katarzyna. Where Angels Fear to Hover: Between the Gothic Disease and the Metaphysics of Horror. Frankfurt am Main: Peter lang, 2006. [GGIV : 0000].
ANDERMAN, Elizabeth. "Hysterical Sensations: bodies in Action in Wilkie Collin's The Women in White. From Wollstonecraftto Stoker: Essays on Gothic and Victorian Sensation Fiction. Ed. Marilyn Brock. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2009. 79-88
ANDERSEN, Jorgen. “Giant Dreams: Piranesi’s Influence in England.” English Miscellany 3 (1952): 49-59. [GGI: 0285].
ANDERSON, Douglas. “Edgar Huntly’s Dark Inheritance.” Philological Quarterly 70 (1991): 453-73.
ANDERSON, James. “Morality in the Horror Fiction of Stephen King.” Studies in Weird Fiction 22 (1998: 29-33).
ANDERSON, Linda. “‘OH DEAR JESUS, IT IS FE-MALE’: Monster as Mother/Mother as Monster in Stephen King’s It” (pp. 111-25). In Imagining the Worst: Stephen King and the Representation of Women, eds. Theresa Thompson and Kathleen Margaret Lant. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.
ANDERSON, Carol. “Emma Tennant, Elspeth Barker, Alice Thompson: Gothic Revisited.” Contemporary Scottish Women Writers. Eds. Aileen Christianson and Alison Lumsden. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2000. 117-30.
ANDERSON, Emily R. "'I Will Unfold a Tale---!': Narrative, Epistemology, and Caleb Williams." Eighteenth Century Fiction 22.1 (October 2009): 99-114.
ANDERSON, George K . “The Neoclassical Chronicle of the Wandering Jew.” Publications of the Modern Language Association 63 (1948): 199-213. [GGI: 2302A] .
ANDERSON, George K . The Legend of the Wandering Jew. Providence, RI: Brown UP, 1965. [GGI: 2303] .
ANDERSON, George K. “The Wandering Jew Returns to England.” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 45 (1946): 237-250. [GGI: 2302]
ANDERSON, Howard. “The Manuscript of M.G. Lewis’s The Monk: Some Preliminary Notes.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 62 (1968): 427-434. [GGI: 0530].
ANDERSON, Howard. “Gothic Heroes.” The English Hero, 1660-1800. Ed. Robert Folkenflik. Newark: Delaware University Press, 1982: 205-21. [GGIII: 1280]
ANDERSON, Howard. “Gothic Heroes.” The English Hero, 1660-1800. Ed. Robert Folkenflik. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 1982. 205-21. [GGII: 0039].
ANDERSON, Howard. Introduction.The Monk. New York: Oxford UP, 1973. vii-xix. [GGI: 0531].
ANDERSON, Kenneth Mark. “The Foreign Relations of the Family State: The Empire of Ethics, Æsthetics, and Evolution in Meiji Japan.” Dissertation Abstracts International 60:4 (1999): 1139 (Cornell University).
ANDERSON, Mark. “The Shadow of the Modern: Gothic Ghosts in Stoker’s Dracula.” Literary Paternity: Literary Friendship. Ed. Gerhard Richter. Chapel Hill. NC: University of North Carolina Press. 2002. 382-98. [GGIV: 0000]
ANDERSON, Robert. “‘Ruinous Mixture’: Godwin Enclosure and the Associated Self.” Studies in Romanticism 39 (2000): 617-45. [GGIII: 1443]
ANDERSON, Victoria. “Investigating the Third Story: ‘Bluebeard’ and ‘Cinderella’ in Jane Eyre.” Horrifying Sex: Essays on Sexual Difference in Gothic Literature. Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007. 111-121. [GGIV: 0000]
ANDERSON, Walter E. “From Northanger Abbey to Woodston: Catherine’s Education to Common Life.” Philological Quarterly 63 (1985): 493-509. [GGII: 0615].
ANDEWEG, Agnes. "How the Gothic Reared its Head in Dutch Literature." Ilha do Desterro: A Journal of Language and Literature 62 (2012): 127-52.
ANDOLA, John Anthony. “Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Use of Mesmerism in Four Major Works.” Dissertation Abstracts International 42 (1981): 1631A-1632A (Ball State University). [GGI: 1640].
ANDREAS, James. “‘If It’s a Symbol, the Hell with It’: The Medieval Gothic Style of Flannery O’Connor.” Christianity and Literature 38.2 (1989): 23-41. [GGII: 1091].
ANDREW, R.V. Wilkie Collins: A Critical Survey of his Prose Fiction with a Bibliography. New York: Garland Publishing, 1979. [GGIII: 2505]
ANDREW, Cusack, and Murnane Barry , eds. Popular Revenants: The German Gothic and Its International Reception, 1800-2000. 116 Vol. Boydell & Brewer, Camden House, 2012.
ANDREWS, Jennifer. "Rethinking the Canadian Gothic: Reading Eden Robinson's Monkey Beach." Eds. Cynthia Sugars and Gerry Turcotte.Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2009. 205-227.
ANDREWS, Jennifer. “Native Canadian Gothic Refigured: Reading Eden Robinson’s ‘Monkey Beach.’” Essays on Canadian Writing 73 (2001): 1-24.
ANDREWS, S.G. “The Wandering Jew and The Travels and Adventures of James Massey." Modern Language Notes 72 (1957): 39-41. [GGI: 2304].
ANDRIANO, Joseph D. “Our Ladies of Darkness: Jungian Readings of the Female Daimon in Gothic Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 47 (1986): 2150A (Washington State University). [GGII: 0040].
ANDRIANO, Joseph D. Our Ladies of Darkness: Feminine Dæmonology in Male Gothic Fiction. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1993 [GGII: 0041].
ANDRIANO, Joseph. “‘Our Dual Existence’: Archetypes of Love and Death in Le Fanu’s ‘Carmilla.’” Contours of the Fantastic: Selected Essays from the Eighth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, ed. Michele K. Langford. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994. 49-55. [GGIII: 2532]
ANDRIOPOULOS, Stefan. “The Invisible Hand: Supernatural Agency in Political Economy and the Gothic Novel,” ELH 66 (1999): 739-58. Links the Gothic novel to Adam‘s Smith‘s The Wealth of Nations (1776). [GGIII: 0110].
ANDRZEJEWSKI, Gregory Scott. “Sibling Incest: “Revolution” and “Narcissism“ in Selected Romantic and Gothic works.” B.A. Honors Thesis, Albion College , 1994. [GGIII: 1281]
ANGENOT, Marc. "La Littérature populaire française au dix-neuvième siècle.” [GGII: 1283].
ANGLO, Michael. “Gothic Foundations.” Penny Dreadfuls and Other Victorian Horrors. London: Jupiter, 1978. [GGI: 0039].
ANKER, Richard. “'Figures trop réelles pour durer': Blanchot avec James.” EREA: Revue d'Etudes Anglophones 3.2 (2005): 96-104.
ANNWN, David. "Dazzling Ghostland: Sheridan LeFanu's Phantasmagoria." The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Stories 6 (2009). <http://irishgothichorrorjournal.homestead.com/gothicspec.html>
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock & Douglas HOWARD, eds. The Gothic Other: Racial and Social Constructions in the Literary Imagination. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004. [GGIV: 0000].
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock (ed.). Horrifying Sex: Essays on Sexual Difference in Gothic Literature. London: McFarland, 2007.
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock, “‘There Was a Man’: Dangerous Husbands and Fathers in The Winter's Tale, A Sicilian Romance, and Linden Hills.” Horrifying Sex: Essays on Sexual Difference in Gothic Literature, ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007. 83-101. [GGIV: 0000]
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock,.ed. Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on Disability in Gothic Literature. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2010.
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. "Invasion and Contagion: The Spectacle of the Diseased Indian in Poe's 'the Masque of the Red Death'." Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik.McFarland, 2010. 142-156. 
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. “The Absent Mother: Negotiations of Maternal Presence in the Gothic Mode.” The Literary Mother: Essays on Representations of Maternity and Child Care. Ed Susan Straub. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007. 95-116. [GGIV: 0000].
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. “The Missing Mother: The Meanings of Maternal Absence in the Gothic Mode.“ Modern Language Studies 33:1-2 (2003): 24-43. [GGIV: 0000]
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. "Introduction: The Dark Unknown." The Gothic Other: Racial and Social Constructions in the Literary Imagination. Eds. Ruth Bienstock Anolik & Douglas L. Howard. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004. 1-14. [GGIV: 0000].
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. "Invasion and Contagion: The Spectacle of the Diseased Indian in Poe's 'the Masque of the Red Death.'" Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on Disibility in Gothic Literature. Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2010. 142-
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on Disability in Gothic Literature. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2010.
ANTHONY, David. "Banking on Emotion: Financial Panic and the Logic of Male Submission in the Jacksonian Gothic." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 76.4 (2004): 719-47. 
ANTHONY, David. "'Gone Distracted': 'Sleepy Hollow,' Gothic Masculinity and the Panic of 1819." Early American Literature 40 (2005): 111-44. [GGIV: 0000]
ANTHONY, David. “Banking on Emotion: Financial Panic and the Logic of Male Submission in the Jacksonian Gothic.“ American Literature 76 (2004): 719-48.
ANTHONY, David. “Banking on Emotion: Financial Panic and the Logic of Male Submission in the Jacksonian Gothic.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 76.4 (2004): 719-47.
ANTHONY, M. Susan. “‘Some Deed of Dreadful Note’: Productions of Gothic Dramas in the United States, 1790 to 1830.” Dissertation Abstracts International 58:9 (1998): 3366A (University of Maryland). [GGIII: 3347]
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BAINES, Paul, ed. Introduction. Five Romantic Plays, 1768-1821. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. vii-xlvi. Among the five plays are two Gothic dramas, Horace Walpole’s The Mysterious Mother and Joanna Baillie’s De Monfort. The other plays are Robert Southey’s Wat Tyler, Elizabeth Inchbald’s Lovers’ Vows, and Lord Byron’s The Two Foscari. The five plays are discussed in separate sections of the introduction which also offers “The Playhouses of London, 1768-1821,” notes on the texts, a select bibliography of secondary sources, and a chronology. Noteworthy for its inclusion of Walpole’s Mysterious Mother, the first Gothic drama. Although some of the plays are Romantic but not Gothic, this collection is a valuable anthology.
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BALDELLOU, Marta Miquel. "'It Reminded Me of Poe's Story': Edgar Allan Poe's Legacy, the Ghost Story and the American Gothic in Richard Matheson's A Stir of Echoes."Brumal: Revista de Investigación Sobre lo Fantástico/Research Journal on the Fantastic 2.1 (2014): 49-69. 
BALDENSPERGER, Fernand. “Le Moine de Lewis dans la littérature française.” Journal of Comparative Literature 1 (1903): 201-219. [GGI: 0533].
BALDICK, Chris and Robert MIGHALL. “Gothic Criticism.” A Companion to the Gothic. Ed. David Punter. Oxford and Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. 209-28. [GGIII: 0119].
BALDICK, Chris and Robert MORRISON, eds. Tales of Terror from Blackwood’s Magazine. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995. The introduction emphasizes the role played by Blackwood’s in developing the Gothic short story. “The Blackwood’s authors differ markedly from the Gothicists not just in their concise scope but also in their sharper and more explicit rendering of terror . . . [T]he vague suggestions of Radcliffean Gothic give way in Blackwood’s to a greater precision of description in scenes of terror and horror, reaching an almost scientific degree of accuracy.” Contents: Patrick Fraser-Tytler, “Sketch of a Tradition Related by a Monk in Switzerland”; Walter Scott, “Narrative of a Fatal Event”; John Wilson, “Extracts from Gosschen’s Diary”; Daniel Keate Sandford, “A Night in the Catacombs”; John Galt, “The Buried Alive”; John Howison, “The Floating Beacon”; William Maginn, “The Man in the Bell:” Anonymous, “The Last Man”; Henry Thomson, “Le Revenant”; Catherine Sinclair, “The Murder Hole”; Michael Scott, “Heat and Thirst,––A Scene in Jamaica”; William Mudford, “The Iron Shroud”; James Hogg, “The Mysterious Bride”; William Godwin the Younger, “The Executioner”; Samuel Warren, “A ‘Man About Town’”; Samuel Warren, “The Spectre-Smitten”; Samuel Warren, “The Thunder-Struck and the Boxer.” Biographical notes, explanatory notes, select bibliography, chronology of Blackwood’s Magazine.
BALDICK, Chris, ed. The Oxford Book of Gothic Tales. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 1992. [GGII: 1449].
BALDICK, Chris, ed. The Vampyre and Other Tales of the Macabre. New York: Oxford University Press, 1997. Fourteen tales by John Polidori and others including James Hogg, Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, Letitia Landon, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, and William Carleton. An appendix prints Byron’s prose fragment “Augustus Darvell.
BALDICK, Chris. “The Politics of Monstrosity” (pp. 48-67). In Frankenstein/Mary Shelley, ed. Fred Botting. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1995. [GGIII: 1614]
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BALDICK, Chris. Introduction. Melmoth the Wanderer, ed. Douglas Grant. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. vii-xix. [GGIII: 2099]
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BALLASTER, Ros. “Wild nights and buried letters: The Gothic ‘unconscious’ of feminist criticism.” Modern Gothic: A Reader. Eds. Victor Sage and Allan Lloyd Smith. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1996. 58-70. [GGIII: 0120].
BALLESTEROS GONZALES, Antonio. “Vampirism as Metaphor of Millennial Disease: The Case of Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles.” East Central European Traumas and a Millennial Condition, eds. Zbigniew Bialas and Wieslaw Krajka. Boulder , CO : East European Monographs, 1999. 165-76.
BALLINGER, Gillian. "From Madmen to Vampires: Dickens's Gothic Law." Victorian Gothic. Eds. Katherine Sayer & Rosemary Mitchell. Leeds, UK: Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies, Trinity and All Saints College, University of Leeds, 2003. 12-22. [GGIII: 0000]
BALLINGER, Gillian. "Haunting the Law: Aspects of Gothic in Dicken's Fiction." Gothic Studies 10.2 (2008): 35-50.
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BANERJI, Krishna. “Mary Shelley, Frankenstein, and the Woman Writer’s Fate.” Romantic Women Writers: Voices and Countervoices, ed. Paula R. Feldman and Theresa M. Kelley. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 1995. 69-87. [GGIII: 1617]
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BANTA, Martha. Henry James and the Occult: The Great Extension. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 1972. [GGI: 1726].
BANTA, Martha. “American Apocalypses Excrement and Ennui.” Studies in the Literary Imagintion 7 (1974): 1-30. [GGI: 1300].
BANTA, Martha. “The House of Seven Ushers and How They Grew: A Look at Jamesian Gothicism.” [GGI: 1725].
BARAN, Henryk. “Some Reminiscences in Blok: Vampirism and Its Antecedents.” Aleksandr Blok Centennial Conference. Ed. Walter N. Vickery, Bogdan B. Sagatov. Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1984. 43-60. [GGII: 1405].
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BARDIN, Barbara. “Clara Reeve.” Eighteenth Century Anglo-American Women Novelists: A Critical Reference Guide. Eds. Doreen Alvarez Saar, Mary Anne Schofield. New York : G.K. Hall, 1996. 211-13. [GGIII: 0743].
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BARIDON, Michel. “Les Figures du corps et leur rapport à 1‘espace dans The Monk de Lewis.” Les Figures du corps dans la littérature et la peinture anglaises et américaines de la renaissance à nos jours, ed. Bernard Brugière. Paris: Pres. de la Sorbonne, 1991. 81-92. [The Figures of the Body and Their Relationship to Space in Lewis’s The Monk]. [GGIII: 1287]
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CARPENTIER, André. “Notes en marge d’un historique du fantastique quebecois au XIXe.” Voix e Images: Littérature Quebecois, 19:1 (1993): 104-20. [Marginal notes on the history of quebecois fantastic in the 19th century]
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CARRIGAN, Henry Lowell, Jr. "Flannery O'Connor and Harry Crews Get Naked." Ed. Jay Ellis.Salem, 2013. 35-48. 
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CARROLL, Noel. The Philosophy of Horror: or, Paradoxes of the Heart. New York & London: Routledge, 1990. [GGII: 0053].
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CARSO, Kerry D. “The Old Dwelling Transmogrified: James Feinmore Cooper’s Ostego Hall.” James Fenimore Cooper: His Country And His Art, Papers From The 2001 Cooper Seminar. Ed. Hugh C. MacDougall. Oneonta, NY: The State University of New York College at Oneont, 2001. 25-35.
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CARSON, James P. “‘A Sigh of Many Hearts’: History, Humanity, and Popular Culture in Valperga.” Iconoclastic Departures: Mary Shelley After Frankenstein: Essays in Honor of the Bicentenary of Mary Shelley’s Birth, eds. Syndy M. Conger, Frederick S. Frank, and Gregory O‘Dea. Madison, NJ . Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1997.167-92. [GGIII: 1667]
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CARTER, Margaret L. Shadow of a Shade: A Survey of Vampirism in Literature. New York: Gordon Press, 1977. [GGI: 2321A].
CARTER, Margaret L. The Vampire in Literature: A Critical Bibliography. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press, 1989. [GGII: 1409].
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CARTER, Margaret Louise. Specter or Delusion? The Supernatural in Gothic Fiction. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research, 1987. [GGII: 0056].
CARTER. John. “Michael Sadleir, A Valediction.” The Book Collector (1958): 58-61.
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CRAWFORD, Joseph. "Gothic Fiction and the Evolution of Media Technology." Technologies of the Gothic in Literature and Culture: Technogothic. Ed. Justin D. Edwards. New York: Routledge, 2015.
CRAWFORD, Joseph. The Twilight of the Gothic?: Vampire Fiction and the Rise of the Paranormal Romance.  Cardiff: U of Wales P, 2014.
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CROW, Charles L. “The Girl in the Library: Edith Wharton’s ‘The Eyes’ and American Gothic Traditions.” Spectral America: Phantoms and the National Imagination. Ed. Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock. Madison, WI: Popular, 2004. 157-68.
CROW, Charles L.  History of the Gothic: American Gothic. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2009.
CROW, Charles, ed. Introduction. American Gothic: An Anthology, 1787-1916. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 1999. 1-2. This anthology is timely and well-selected. As the short introduction states: in America, the Gothic “has been used by talented artists to explore serious issues. . . . American writers understood, quite early, that the Gothic offered a way to explore areas otherwise denied them. The Gothic is a literature of opposition.” Contents: “Abraham Panther”; “An Account of a Beautiful Young Lady”; Charles Brockden Brown, “Somnambulism”; Washington Irving, “Rip Van Winkle”; John Neal, “Idiosyncrasies”; George Lippard, from The Quaker City; or, The Monks of Monk Hall; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, “The Skeleton in Armor”; James Fenimore Cooper, from The Prairie; Henry Clay Lewis, “A Struggle for Life”; Edgar Allan Poe, “Hop-Frog”; “The Cask of Amontillado”; “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar”; “The Fall of the House of Usher”; “The Raven”; “The City in the Sea”; “Ulalume”; “Annabel Lee”; “Dream-Land”; Nathaniel Hawthorne, “Alice Doane’s Appeal”; “Young Goodman Brown”; Herman Melville, “The Bell-Tower”; Alice Cary, “The Wildermings”; Louisa May Alcott, “Behind a Mask; or, a Woman’s Power”; Harriet Prescott Spofford, “The Amber Gods”; Emily Dickinson,”Through Lane It Lay –– Through Bramble”; “Tis So Appalling –– It Exhilarates”; “‘Twas Like a Mælström, with a Notch”; “The Soul Has Bandaged Moments”; “Did You Ever Stand in a Cavern’s Mouth”; “One Need Not Be a Chamber –– To Be Haunted”; “What Mystery Pervades a Well!”; “In Winter in My Room”; Samuel L. Clemens [Mark Twain], from Life on the Mississippi; Sarah Orne Jewett, “The Foreigner”; Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, “Old Woman Magoun”; “Luella Miller”; Henry James, The Turn of the Screw; Kate Chopin, “Desiree’s Baby”; Charles W. Chesnutt, “Po’ Sandy”; “The Sheriff’s Children”; George Washington Cable, “Jean-Ah Poquelin”; Stephen Crane, “The Monster”; Ambrose Bierce, “The Death of Halpin Frayser”; Frank Norris, “Lauth”; Charlotte Perkins Gilman, “The Giant Wisteria”; Paul Laurence Dunbar, “From The Sport of the Gods; Edwin Arlington Robinson, “Luke Havergal”; “Lisette and Eileen”; “The Dark House”; “The Mill”; “Souvenir”; “Why He Was There”; Lafcadio Hearn, “The Ghostly Kiss”; Edith Wharton, “The Eyes”; Jack London, “Samuel.” Has a bibliography and an index of authors, titles, and first lines.
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CUENCA, Luis A. “Fantasmas Góticos en la Ingla-terra del Siglo de las Luces.” Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos 476 (1990): 75-90. [Gothic Ghosts in England in the Century of Light]. [GGII: 0061].
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CUSICK, Edmund. “Stoker’s Languages of the Supernatural: A Jungian Approach to the Novels.” Gothick Origins and Innovations. eds. Victor Sage and Allan Lloyd Smith. Amsterdam; Atlanta, Georgia: Rodopi; Costerus New Series 91, 1994. 140-49. [GGIII: 2654]
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CYPESS, Sandra Messenger. “Frankenstein’s Monster in Argentina: Gombaro’s Two Versions.” Revue Congolaise des Sciences Humaines 14 91990): 349-361. [GGII: 04-26].
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D‘HAEN, Theo. “Postmodern Gothic.” Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition. Eds. Valeria Tinkler Viviani, Peter Da-vidson, and Jane Stevenson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 283-94. [GGIII: 0226].
DÖRING, Ramona. “Vom Monster zur Identifikationsfigur: Der Vampirmythos im Wandel.” Mythen in der Kunst. Ed. Peter Tepe, Thorsten Bachmann, Birgit zur Nieden, Tanja Semlow and Karin Wemhöner. Würzburg, Germany: Königshausen & Neumann, 2004. 281-87.
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DABUNDO, Laura. “The Fall of The House of the Seven Gables and Other Ambiguities of the American Gothic.” Approaches to Teaching Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions. Ed. Diane Long Hoeveler and Tamar Heller. New York, NY: Modern Language Association of America, 2003. 202-7.
DABUNDO, Laura. “The Fall of The House of the Seven Gables and Other Ambiguities of the American Gothic.” Approaches to Teaching Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions. Ed. Diane Long Hoeveler and Tamar Heller. New York, NY: Modern Language Association of America, 2003. 202-7.
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DAFFRON, Benjamin Eric. Romantic Doubles: Sex and Sympathy in British Gothic Literature, 1790-1830. New York: AMS Press, 2001.
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DAGHISTANY RANSDELL, Ann. "Southern Gothic and Spatial Form in Naslund's Four Spirits." Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 39.4 (2010): 349-72.
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DAHL, Curtis. “The American School of Catastrophe.” American Quarterly 11 (1959): 380-390. [GGI: 1308].
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DALBY, Richard, ed. Twelve Gothic Tales. London and New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. Contents: Charles Robert Maturin, “Leixlip Castle”; Mary Shelley, “The Dream”; Edgar Allan Poe, “Metzengerstein”; Sabine Baring-Gould, “Master Sacristan Eberhart”; J. Sheridan Le Fanu, “Dickon the Devil”; Bram Stoker, “The Secret of the Growing Gold”; Ralph Adams Cram, “In Kropfsberg Keep”; F. Marion Crawford, “The Dead Smile”; Stephen Hall, “By One, by Two, and by Three”; L.A.G. Strong, “The Buckross Ring”; Basil Copper, “The Knocker at the Portico”; Gerald Durrell, “The Entrance.” Dalby’s two-page introduction (pp. vii-viii) is an unpretentious minihistory of the form. “The phrase ‘Gothic fiction’ immediately conjures up a vision of wild desolate landscapes, haunted abbeys, windswept graveyards, and ancient grand houses with secret rooms, treacherous stairways, creepy vaults––and purple passages––all essential ingredients in antiquarian tales of the macabre, fantastic, and supernatural.”
DALKE, Anne. “Original Vice: The Political Implications of Incest in the Early American Novel.” Early American Literature 23 (1988): 188-201. [GGII: 1472].
DALY, Nicholas. “Dracula and the Rise of Professionalism.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 39 (1997): 181-203. [GGIII: 2655]
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D'AMICO, Diane. “Feeling and Conception of Character in the Novels of Charles Robert Maturin.” Massachusetts Studies in English 9.3 (1984): 42-54. [GGII: 0562].
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DANGAARD, Colin. “She’s Queen of Sexy Gothic.” [GGI: 1434].
DANICIC, Mirjana. "On the Borders of Storytelling: Do Unconventional Beginnings Lead to (Un)Conventional Endings?" Eds. Aleksandra Nikcevic Batricevic and Marija Kne?evic.Cambridge Scholars, 2010. 47-58. 
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DANIELS, Les. Living in Fear: A History of Horror in the Mass Media. [GGI: 2240].
DANSKY, Richard. “The Wanderer and the Scribbler: Maturin, Scott, and Melmoth the Wanderer.” Studies in Weird Fiction 21 (1997): 2-10. [GGIII: 2114]
DARNTON, Robert. “The Real Marquis.” New York Review of Books 14 January 1999: 19-24.
DARNTON, Robert. Mesmerism and the End of the Enlightenment in France. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1968. [GGI: 2374].
DARVAY, Daniel. "The Politics of Gothic in Conrad's Under Western Eyes." Modern Fiction Studies 55.4 (2009): 693-751.
DARVAY, Daniel. "The Gothic Sublime in Virginia Woolf's to the Lighthouse." Genre: Forms of Discourse and Culture 44.2 (2011): 129-56. 
DAVENPORT-HINES, Richard. “Gothic Grotesqueries.” Times Literary Supplement 19 March 1999: 35.
DAVENPORT-HINES, Richard. Gothic: Four Hundred Years of Excess, Horror, Evil, and Ruin. New York: North Point Press, 1999; London: Fourth Estate, 1999. [GGIII: 0218].
DAVIDSON, Arnold E. “Canadian Gothic and Anne Hébert’s Kamouraska.” Modern Fiction Studies 27 (1981): 243-254. [GGI: 1290].
DAVIDSON, Arnold E. “Canadian Gothic and Anne Hebert’s Kamouraska.” Modern Fiction Studies 27 91981): 243-254. [GGI: 1290].
DAVIDSON, Kathy N. “The Matter and the Manner of Charles Brockden Brown’s Alcuin.” In Critical Essays on Charles Brockden Brown. Ed. Bernard Rosenthal Boston: G.K. Hall, 1981. 71-86. [GGI: 1383].
DAVIDSON, Kathy N. "Isaac Mitchell's The Asylum; or, Gothic Castles in the New Republic." Prospects: An Annual Journal of american Cultural Studies 7 (1982): 281-299. [GGII: 0917].
DAVIDSON-PÉGON, Claire. “Le Moine e[s]t son double: lorsqu‘Artaud raconta Lewis” (pp. 79-86). In Le Roman noir anglais dit gothique. Ed. Max Duperray. Paris: Ellipses, 2000. [The Monk and/is his double: When Artaud Narrates Lewis].
DAVIDSON-PÉGON, Claire. “Sub-Urban Gothic: Angela Carter’s The Magic Toyshop.” Une Littérature de l’inquiétude. Paris: l’Harmattan and Aix-Marseille, Université de Provence; No. 8 Annales du Monde anglophone, 1998. 148-56. [GGIII: 2842]
DAVIE, John. Introduction. Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. London: Oxford UP, 1971. [GGI: 0977].
DAVIES, Andrew. “‘The Gothic Novel in Wales’ Revisited: A Preliminary Survey of the Wales-Related Romantic Fiction at Cardiff Library.” Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text 2 (June 1998): 22 May 2002: <http:// www.cf.ac.uk/encap/corvey/articles/cc02_n01.html>. Builds on and extends the information in James Henderson’s bibliographical article, “The Gothic Novel in Wales.” The National Library of Wales Journal 11 (1959-60): 244-54.
DAVIES, Damian Walford. “The Politics of Allusion: Caleb Williams, The Iron Chest, Middlemarch, and the Armoire de Fer.” Review of English Studies 53 (2002): 526-43. [GGIII: 1461]
DAVIES, Helen D. F. “Shapes Half Hid: Psychological Realization in the English and American Gothic Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International 51 (1990). [GGII: 0063].
DAVIES, J.M.Q. "Introduction" (pp. 3-11). German Tales of Fantasy, Horror, and the Grotesque. Melbourne, Australia : Longman Cheshire, 1987.
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DAVIES, Michael. “‘What’s the Story Mother?’: Abjection and Anti-Feminism in Alien and Aliens.” Gothic Studies 2 (2000): 245-56.
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DAVIS, Gabriele A. Wittig. “Der Mönch, or, a Moral Point of View? “Deutsche Romantik and English Romanticism. Eds. Theodore G. Gish, Sandra g. Frieden. Munich, West germany: Fink, 1984. 6-16. [GGII: 0316].
DAVIS, James P. “Frankenstein and the Subversion of the Masculine Voice.” Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 21 (1992): 307-322. [GGII: 0427].
DAVIS, Michael. "Gothic's Enigmatic Signifier: The Case of J. Sheridan Le Fanu's 'Carmilla.'" Gothic Studies 6 (2004): 223-35. [GGIV: 0000]
DAVIS, Colin. "From Psychopathology to Diabolical Evil: Dr Jekyll, Mr Hyde and Jean Renoir." Journal of Romance Studies 12.1 (2012): 10-23.
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DAVIS, Jonathan P. Stephen King’s America. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, 1994.
DAVIS, Michael. “Tied to that Maternal ‘Thing Death and Desire in Jane Campion’s The Piano.” Gothic Studies 4 (2002): 63-78.
DAVIS, Mike Lee. “Reading the text that isn’t there: Paranoia in the Nineteenth-Century American Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International 62:11 (2002): 223 (Princeton University). [GGIII: 3371]
DAVIS, Mike Lee. Reading the text that isn't there: Paranoia in the Nineteenth Century American Novel. New York: Routledge, 2005. [GGIV: 0000]
DAVIS, Robert Murray. “Gothic Space and the Disintegration of the Hero.” Playing Cowboys: Low Culture and High Art in the Western. Norman, OK: Oklahoma University Press, 1992. 58-92.
DAVIS, Thomas S. "Elizabeth Bowen's War Gothic." Textual Practice 27.1 (2013): 29-47.
DAVISON, Carol Margaret. Anti-Semitism and British Gothic Literature. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
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