English, Irish and Scottish Gothic

General Studies


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.  
ABENSOUR, Liliane and Françoise CHARRAS. Romantisme Noir. Paris: Herne, 1978. [GGII: 0037].
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].
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. The Closed Space: Horror Literature and Western Symbolism. Manchester & New York: Manchester University Press, 1990. [GGII: 0038].
AHLSTROM, Helen. “The Gothic Novel: Criticism and Theory (1764-1832).” Master‘s Thesis, Northwestern University, 1929. [GGIII: 0103].
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].
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].
ALVAREZ, Villar Alfonso. “Análisis temático de la literatura terrifica.” Arbor 78 (1971): 331-42. [Thematic analysis of terror literature]. [GGIII: 0106].
ANCUTA, Katarzyna. Where Angels Fear to Hover: Between the Gothic Disease and the Metaphysics of Horror. Frankfurt am Main: Peter lang, 2006. [GGIV : 0000].
ANDERSON, Howard. “Gothic Heroes.” The English Hero, 1660-1800. Ed. Robert Folkenflik. Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 1982. 205-21. [GGII: 0039].
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].
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].
ANGLO, Michael. “Gothic Foundations.” Penny Dreadfuls and Other Victorian Horrors. London: Jupiter, 1978. [GGI: 0039].
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. Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on Disability in Gothic Literature. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2010.
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. "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].
ARNAUD, Pierre. “Crime et châtiment dans le roman romantique.” La Mort, le fantastique, le surnaturel du XVIe siècle a l‘epoque romantique. Ed. Michele Plaisant. Villeneuve d’Ascq: Centre de Recherches sur l’Angleterre des Tudors à la Régence, Université de Lisle III, Presse Universitaire de Lisle, Switzerland, 1981. 165-171. [Crime and Punishment in the Gothic Novel]. Reprinted (62-68). In Le Roman noir anglais dit gothique, ed. Max Duperray. Paris: Ellipses, 2000. [GGI: 0040].
ARNAUD, Pierre. “Le Roman Gothique et l‘Avénement de Femme Moderne.” Bulletin de la Société d'Etudes Anglo-Américaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe Siècles 20 (1985): 167-84. [The Gothic Novel and the Advent of the Modern Woman]. [GGII: 0042].
ARNAUD, Pierre. “The Gothic Novel.” A Handbook to English Romanticism. Eds. Jean Raimond & J.R. Watson. New York: St. Martin‘s, 1992. 123-28. [GGIII: 0114].
ASTLE, Richard Sharp. “Structures of Ideology in the English Gothic Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International 38 (1978): 5490A (University of California at San Diego). [GGI: 0041].
BACKUS, Margot Gayle. The Gothic Family Romance: Heterosexuality, Child Sacrifice, and the Anglo-Irish Colonial Order. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1999. [GGIII: 0116].
BAKER, Ernest. “The Novel of Sentiment and the Gothic Romance.” The History of the English Novel. Vol. V. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1924-1939. 175-227. [GGI: 0043].
BAKER. Donald Whitelaw. “Themes of Terror in Nineteenth Century English Fiction: The Shift to the Internal.” Dissertation Abstracts 16 (1956): 118-19 (Brown University). [GGI: 0042].
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].
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].
BARBOLINI, Roberto. La Chimera e il Terrore: Saggi sul Gotico L‘Aventura e L‘Enigma. Milan, Italy: JACA Book, 1984. [The Chimera and the Terror: Sages of the Gothic Adventure and the Enigma]. [GGII: 0043].
BARCLAY, Glen St. John. Anatomy of Horror: The Masters of Occult Fiction. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1978. [GGI: [GGI:0044].
BARFOOT, C.C. “The Gist of the Gothic in English Fiction; or, Gothic and the Invasion of Boundaries.” Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition. Eds. Valeria Tinkler Viviani, Peter Davidson, Jane Stevenson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 159-72. [GGIII: 0123].
BARIDON, Michel. “The Gothic Revival and the Theory of Knowledge in the First Phase of the Enlightenment.” Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition. Eds. Valeria Tinkler Villani, Peter Davidson, and Jane Stevenson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 43-56. [GGIII: 0124].
BASSIN, Henry A. “The Gothic Transformation: Developments in the British Gothic Romance.” Dissertation Abstracts International 35 (1974): 6700A (Indiana University). [GGI: 0045].
BATCHELOR, Rhonda. “The Rise and Fall of the Eighteenth Century Feminine Voice.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 6 (1994): 347-68. [GGIII: 0126].
BAUGH, Albert C. “Gothic Romance and the Novel of Doctrine” (1192-1199). A Literary History of England. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1948. [GGI: 0046].
BAYER-BERENBAUM, Linda. “The Expansion of Consciousness in Gothic Literature and Art.” Dissertation Abstracts International 37 (1977): 4361A-4362A (Florida State University). [GGI: 0047].
BAYER-BERENBAUM, Linda. The Gothic Imagination: Expansion in Gothic Literature and Art. Rutherford & Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson Press, 1982. [GGI: 0048].
BECKER, Susanne. “Postmodern Feminine Horror Fictions.” Modern Gothic: A Reader. Eds. Victor Sage and Allan Lloyd Smith. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 1996. 71-80. [GGIII: 0130].
BECKER, Susanne. Gothic Forms of Feminine Fiction. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1999. [GGIII: 0131].
BEERS, Henry A. “The Gothic Revival” (221-264). A History of English Romanticism in the Eighteenth Century. New York: Henry Holt, 1926. [GGI: 0049].
BEHR, Kate Elizabeth. “The Perfect Gentleman; The Representation of Men in the English Gothic Novel, 1762-1820.” Doctoral Thesis, Oxford University, 1993.
BEHR, Kate Elizabeth. The Representation of Men in the English Gothic Novel, 1762-1820. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2003. [GGIII: 0133].
BELSEY, Catherine. “The Romantic Construction of the Unconscious.” Reading, Writing, Revolution: Proceedings of the Essex Conference on the Sociology of Literature, July 1981. Eds. Francis Barker, Jay Bernstein, Peter Hulme, Margaret Iverson, Jennifer Stone. Colchester, UK: University of Essex, 1982. 67-80. [GGII: 0044].
BERKEY-ABBOTT, Kristin Lee. “‘My Relations Act with me as my Enemies’: Domestic Violence as Metaphor, 1794-1850.” Dissertation Abstracts International 53:8 (1992): 2822A. (University of South Carolina). [GGIII: 0136].
BERNSTEIN, Stephen D. “Form and Ideology in the Gothic Novel.” Essays in Literature 18 (1991): 151-165.[GGII: 0046].
BERNSTEIN, Stephen D. “Fugitive Genre: Gothicism, Ideology, and Intertextuality.” Dissertation Abstracts International 51 (1991): 3078A-79A (University of Wisconsin, Madison). [GGII: 0045].
BHALLA, Alok. “Shades of the Preternatural: Thematic and Structural Essays on the Gothic Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts 39 (1978): 2948A-2949A (Kent State University). [GGI: 0050].
BHALLA, Alok. The Cartographers of Hell: Essays on the Gothic Novel and the Social History of England. New Delhi, India: Sterling Publishers Private, 1991; New York: APT Books, 1991. [GGII: 0047].
BIENSTOCK. ANOLIK. Ruth & Douglas L. HOWARD, eds. The Gothic Other: Racial and Social Constructions in the Literary Imagination. Jefferson. NC: McFarland. 2004. [GGIV: 0000].
BIERWITH, Gerhard. “Die Problematik des englischen schauerromans: Ein kritisches modell zur behandlung diskriminierter literatur.” Doctoral Dissertation, Frankfurt-am-Main, 1970. [The Ambiguity of the English Gothic Novel: A Critical Model for the Treatment of Discriminative Literature]. [GGII: 0048].
BILLI, Mirella. “La sublime ambiguita dell‘orrore.” Questione Romantica: Rivista Interdisciplinare di Studi Romantica 3-4 (1997): 35-50. [The Sublime Ambiguity of Horror]. [GGIII: 0143].
BILLI, Mirella. Il Gothico Inglese: Il Romanzo del Terrore: 1764-1820. Bologna, Italy: Societá Editrice il Mulino, 1986. [GGII: 0049].
BIRKHEAD, Edith. “Sentiment and Sensibility in the Eighteenth Century Novel.” Essays and Studies 11 (1925): 22-116. [GGI: 0051].
BIRKHEAD, Edith. The Tale of Terror: A Study of the Gothic Romance. London: Constable, 1921; New York: Russell & Russell, 1963. [GGI: 0052].
BISSETT, Alan. “‘The Dead Can Sing’: An Introduction.” Damage Land: New Scottish Gothic Fiction. Edinburgh: Polygon, 2001. 1-8. [GGIII: 0146].
BLACKWELL, Mark R. “The Gothic: Moving in the World of Novels.” (XXX). A Concise Companion to Restoration and Eighteenth Century. Ed. Cynthia Wall. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005. [GGIV: 0000].
BLAND, D.S. “Endangering the Reader‘s Neck: Background Description in the Novel.” Criticism 3 (1961): 121-139. [GGI: 0053].
BLONDEL, Jacques. “On ‘Metaphysical’ Prisons.” Durham University Journal 32 (1971):133-138. [GGI: 0054].
BLOOM, Clive. “Horror Fiction: In Search of a Definition.” A Companion to the Gothic. Ed. David Punter. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. 155-66. [GGIII: 0149].
BOGATAJ-GRADISNIK, Katarina. “Izrocilo groz-ljivega romana v uvodni zgodbi slovenskega mescankega pri-povednistva.” Jezik in Slovstvo (Ljubljana, Slovenia) 37:7 (1991-1992): 182-94. 30 January 2003: http://www.ff. unilj.si/jis/. [GGIII: 0150].
BOHATI, Kirsti. “Apes and Cannibals in Cambria: Images of the Racial and Gendered Other in Gothic Writing in Wales.” Welsh Writing in English: A Yearbook of Critical Essays 6 (2000): 119-43. [GGIII: 0151].
BOONE, Troy. “Narrating the Apparition: Glanvill, Defoe, and the Rise of Gothic Fiction.” The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 35 (1994): 173-89. [GGIII: 0152].
BOTTING, Fred & Dale TOWNSHEND. Gothic: Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies. 4 vols. London & New York: Routledge, 2004. [GGIV: 0000].
BOTTING, Fred . “CandyGothic.” The Gothic. Ed. Fred Botting. Cambridge: Boydell and Brewer. 2001. 133-51. [GGIII: 0156].
BOTTING, Fred . “The Gothic Production of the Unconscious.” Spectral Readings: Towards a Gothic Geography. Eds. Glennis Byron and David Punter. Houndmills, Basingstoke and London: Macmillan, 1999; New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999. 11-36. [GGIII: 0154].
BOTTING, Fred . The Gothic. Cambridge, UK: Boydell and Brewer, 2001. [GGIII: 0155].
BOTTING, Fred. Gothic. London and New York: Routledge, 1996. [GGIII: 0153].
BOWEN, Kevin J. “The Gothic Novel in England: Studies in a Literary Mode.” Dissertation Abstracts International 52 (1991): 166A (SUNY at Buffalo). [GGII: 0050].
BOWMAN, Barbara. “The Gothic Novel: A Structuralist Inquiry.” Dissertation Abstracts International 38 (1978): 4175A (University of Maryland). [GGI: 0055].
BOYER, Gayle Ormand. “The Horrors of Romance: Figuring the Feminine in Early Gothic Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 56:8 (1996): 3134A (Brown University). [GGIII: 0159].
BOZZETTO, Roger. Territoire des fantastiques. Des romans gothiques aux récits d‘horreur moderne. Aix en Provence: Publications de la Université de Provence, 1998. [Territory of the fantastic: Of Gothic novels in modern horror narratives]. [GGIII: 0160].
BRABON, Benjamin & Stephanie GENZ, eds. Postfeminist Gothic: Critical Inventions in Contemporary Culture. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. [GGIV: 0000].
BRANTLINGER, Patrick. “The Gothic Origins of Science Fiction.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction14 (1980): 30-43. [GGI: 2214].
BREEN, Allison. “A Comparison of the Villain-hero in Four English Gothic novels.” Master's Thesis, Midwestern State University, 1978. [GGIII: 0162].
BREITLINGER, Eckhard. Der Tod in englischen roman um 1800: Untersuchungen zum englischen schauerroman. Göppingen, West Germany: Kümmerle, 1971. [GGI: 0056].
BRENNAN, Matthew C. The Gothic Psyche: Disintegration and Growth in Nineteenth Century English Literature. Columbia, SC.: Camden House, 1997. [GGIII: 0164].
BREWSTER, Scott. “Seeing Things: Gothic and the Madness of Interpretation.” A Companion to the Gothic. Ed. David Punter. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2000. 281-292. [GGIII: 0165].
BROCK, Marilyn. From Wollstonecraft to Stoker: Essays on Gothic and Victorian Sensation Fiction. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2009.
BROWN, Marshall. “A Philosophical View of the Gothic Novel.” Studies in Romanticism 26 (1987): 275-301.[GGII: 0051].
BROWN, Marshall. “Gothic Readers versus Gothic Writers.” Eighteenth-Century Studies 35 (2002): 615-622. [GGIII: 0167].
BROWN. Marshall. The Gothic Text. Palo Alto. CA: Stanford University Press. 2004. [GGIV: 0000].
BRUHM, Steven . “The Contemporary Gothic: why we need it.” The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction. Ed. Jerrold E. Hogle. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 259-76. [GGIV: 0000].
BRUHM, Steven. “Gothic Bodies: The Politics of Pain in Romantic Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 54 (1994): 2585A (McGill University). [GGII: 1467].
BRUHM, Steven. Gothic Bodies: The Politics of Pain in Romantic Fiction. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994. [GGIII: 0169].
BRUNK, Terence M. “Gothic Masculinities: Gender and Status in the British Gothic Novel of the 1790s.” Dissertation Abstracts International 58:7 (1998): 2663A (Rutgers University). [GGIII: 0171].
BUNNELL, Charlene. “The Gothic: Its Worlds and Visions.” Master's Thesis, Western Illinois University, 1982. [GGII: 0052].
BURRA, Peter. “Baroque and Gothic Sentimentalism.” Farrago 3 (1930): 159-182. [GGI: 0057].
BYRON, Glennis and David PUNTER, eds. Spectral Readings: Towards a Gothic Geography. New York: St. Martin‘s Press, 1999. [GGIII: 0174].
CAMERON, Ed. “Psychopathology and the Gothic Supernatural.” Gothic Studies 5 (2003): 11-42. [GGIV: 0000].
CAMERON, Ed. “Relegation of Enjoyment: The Psycho-Pathological Development of the English Gothic novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International 61:9 (2001): 3549 (SUNY at Binghamton). [GGIII: 0175].
CAMERON, Ed. "The Moral Value of Gothic Sublimity." Morality and the Literary Imagination: Religion and Public Life. Vol. 36. Ed. Gabriel R. Ricci. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, 2009. 119-137.
CAMERON, Ed. The Psychopathology of the Gothic Romance : Perversion, Neuroses and Psychosis in Early Works of the Genre. Jefferson: McFarland Company, Inc., Publishers, 2010.
CAMP, Carolyn Turner. “A Pattern of Female Literary Evolution: From Gothic to Realism, from Hope to Despair. A Study of Six Female Texts, 1791 to 1899.” Dissertation Abstracts International 58:6 (1997): 2196A (Indiana University of Pennsylvania). [GGIII: 0176].
CANUEL, Mark E. “Holy Hypocrisy and Pastoral Policy: Religion and Nationalism in the Gothic.” Studies in Romanticism 34 (1995): 507-30. [GGIII: 0177].
CARROLL, Noel. The Philosophy of Horror: or, Paradoxes of the Heart. New York & London: Routledge, 1990. [GGII: 0053].
CARSON, James P . “Enlightenment, Popular Culture, and Gothic Fiction.” The Cambridge Companion to the Eighteenth Century Novel. Ed. John Richetti. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 1996. 255-76. [GGIII: 0180].
CARSON, James P. “Crime and Conscience in the Gothic Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International 48 (1987): 1208A (University of California at Berkeley). [GGII: 0054].
CARTER, Margaret Louise. “Fiend, Specter, or Delusion? Narrative Doubt and the Supernatural in Gothic Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 47 (1986): 908A (University of California at Irvine). [GGII: 0055].
CARTER, Margaret Louise. Specter or Delusion? The Supernatural in Gothic Fiction. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research, 1987. [GGII: 0056].
CASTRICANO, Carla Jodey. “Cryptomimesis: The Gothic and Jacques Derrida‘s Ghost Writing.” Gothic Studies 2 (2000): 8-22. [GGIII: 0184].
CASTRICANO, Carla Jodey. “In Derrida‘s Dream: A Poetics of a Well-Made Crypt.” Dissertation Abstracts International 59:1 (1998): 147A (University of British Columbia). [GGIII: 0183].
CASTRICANO, Carla Jodey. Cryptomimesis: The Gothic and Jacques Derrida‘s Ghost Writing. Montreal: McGill-Queen‘s University Press, 2001. [GGIII: 0185].
CAVALIERO, Glen. The Supernatural and English Fiction. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995. [GGIII: 0186].
CAVALLARO, Dani. The Gothic Vision: Three Centuries of Horror, Terror and Fear. London and New York: Continuum, 2002. [GGIII: 0187].
CHAPLIN, Sue. The Gothic and the Rule of Law, 1764-1820. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007. [GGIV: 0000].
CHARD, C.R. “Horror and Terror in the Literature of the Grand Tour, and in the Gothic Novel.” Doctoral Dissertation, Cambridge University, 1985. [GGII: 0057].
CHEN, Kuo-jung . “The Spatial Structure of Gothic Fiction: Claustral and Geometrical.” EurAmerica: A Journal of European and American Studies 28:1 (1998): 91-136. [GGIII: 0190].
CHEN, Kuo-jung. “The Gothic Narrative Structure: A Generic Reading of Four English Novels: “The Mysteries of Udolpho,” “The Monk,” “Frankenstein,” and “Melmoth the Wanderer.” Dissertation Abstracts International 55 (1994): 970A (Wisconsin-Madison). [GGIII: 0189].
CHIU, Frances A. “‘Too Much of the Terrific’: Polemical Politics in Gothic and Jacobin Fiction.” Doctoral Dissertation, Oxford University, 2000. [GGIII: 0191].
CHIU, Frances A. “From Nobodaddies to Noble Daddies: Writing Political and Paternal Authority in English Fiction of the 1780s and 1790s.” Eighteenth-Century Life 26:2 (2002): 1-22. [GGIII: 0192].
CHURCH, Elizabeth. “The Gothic Romance: Its Origins and Development.” Doctoral Dissertation, Harvard University, 1913. [GGI: 0058].
CHURCH, Reginald. “Classic History and the Gothic Romance” (XXX). English Literature in the Eighteenth Century, with a preface on the relations between literary history and literary criticism. [GGI: 0059].
CLAƉSSON, Dick. "Lost in Dreams and Magic Slumbers': an Outline of Beckford's Aesthetic Dichotomy of Fancy and Reason." William Beckford and the New Millenium. Eds. Kenneth W. Graham and Kevin Berland. AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century 47. New York: AMS Press, 2004.
CLARKE, Stephen. "The Ruin of Fonthill: the Reputation and Influence of Beckford's Abbey." William Beckford and the New Millennium. AMS Studies in the Eighteenth Century 47. New York: AMS Press, 2004.
CLEMENS, Anna Valdine. “The Return of the Repressed: Gothic Horror from ‘The Castle of Otranto’ to ‘Alien.’” Dissertation Abstracts International 55 (1995): 3501A (University of Manitoba). [GGIII: 0195].
CLEMENS, Anna Valdine. The Return of the Repressed: Gothic Horror from the Castle of Otranto to Alien. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1999. [GGIII: 0196].
CLERY, E.J. and Robert MILES. Gothic Documents: A Sourcebook 1700-1820. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2000. [GGIII: 0203].
CLERY, Emma Juliet . “Laying the Ground for Gothic: The Passage of the Supernatural from Truth to Spectacle.” Exhibited by Candlelight: Sources and Developments in the Gothic Tradition. Eds. Valeria Tinkler Villani, Peter Davidson, and Jane Stevenson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 65-74. [GGIII: 0200].
CLERY, Emma Juliet . “The Politics of the Gothic Heroine in the 1790s.” Reviewing Romanticism. Eds. Philip W. Martin & Robin Jarvis. London and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 1992. 69-85. [GGIII: 0198].
CLERY, Emma Juliet . The Rise of Supernatural Fiction, 1762-1800. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995. [GGIII: 0199].
CLERY, Emma Juliet. “The genesis of ‘Gothic’ fiction.” The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction. Ed. Jerrold E. Hogle. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 21-39. [GGIII: 0202].
CLERY, Emma Juliet. “The Writing of the Supernatural in Eighteenth-Century Britain.” Dissertation Abstracts International 54:4 (1992): 986C (University of Sussex). [GGIII: 0197].
CLERY, Emma Juliet. Women‘s Gothic: From Clara Reeve to Mary Shelley. Plymouth, UK: Northcote House Publishers Ltd., 2000. [GGIII: 0201].
COHEN, Emily Jane. “Museums of the Mind: The Gothic and the Art of Memory.” ELH 62 (1995): 883-905. [GGIII: 0204].
COHEN-SAFIR, Claude. “Les Voix du mal.” Imaginaires, gothique, néo-gothique, contre-utopie. Littérature et cinéma du domaine anglo-saxon. Ed. Max Duperray. Aix-en-Provence: Publications de l‘Université de Provence, 2001. [The Voices of evil]. 91-116. [GGIII: 0205].
COLEMAN, William E. “On the Discrimination of Gothicisms.” Dissertation Abstracts International 31 (1970): 2871A (City University of New York). [GGI: 0060].
COLEMAN, William E. On the Discrimination of Gothicisms. New York: Arno Press, 1980. [GGI: 0061].
CONRAD, Horst. Die Literarische angst: Das Schreckliche in schauerromantik und detektivgeschichte. Dusseldorf, West Germany: Bertelsmann, 1974. [Literary Angst: The Horrible in Gothic and Detective Tales].[GGI: 2215].
CONRAD, Peter. “Gothic Follies” (XXX). The History of English Literature: One Indivisible Unending Book. London & Melbourne: J.M. Dent, 1985; Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1987. [GGII: 0058].
COOKE, Arthur. “Some Side-lights on the Theory of Gothic Romance.” Modern Language Quarterly 12 (1951): 429-436. [GGI: 0062].
COOPER, Lawrence Andrew, Jr. “Gothic Realities: The Emergence of Cultural Forms Through Representations of the Unreal.” Dissertation Abstracts International 66:1 (2005): 186 (Princeton University). [GGIV: 0000].
COPELAND, Edward. “Gothic Economics: The 1790s; Minerva Gothic; Genteel Gothic; Revisionist Gothic.” Women Writing About Money: Women's Fiction in England, 1790-1820. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 35-60. [GGIV: 0000].
CORDASCO, Francesco. “A Poetic Stricture on the Gothic Romance Craze.” Notes & Queries 196 (1951): 258. [GGI: 2126].
CORNWELL, Neil. The Literary Fantastic: From Gothic to Postmodernism. London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1990. [GGII: 0059].
CORTI, Claudia. Sul Discorso Fantastico: La Narriazione Romanzo Gótico. Pisa, Italy: ETS Editrice, 1989 [On Fantastic Discourse: The Narration of the Gothic Romance]. [GGII: 0060].
CRAWFORD, Joseph. The Twilight of the Gothic?: Vampire Fiction and the Rise of the Paranormal Romance.  Cardiff: U of Wales P, 2014.
CUDER-DOMINGUEZ, Pilar. “El gótico escrito por mujeres: Entre el conservadurisimo y el proto-feminisimo.” Estudios de la mujer en el ambito de los paises de habla inglesa. Eds. Margarita Ardanez, Isabel Duran, Domaso Lopez, Felix Martin, Joanne Neff, Esther Sanchez Pardo, and Beatriz Villacanas. Madrid: Universitad Complutense de Madrid, 1994. 307-13. [Gothic Writing by Women: Between Conservatism and Proto-Feminism]. [GGIII: 0215].
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].
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].
DAFFRON, Benjamin. “Double Trouble: The Self, the Social Order and the Trouble with Sympathy in the Romantic and Post-Modern Gothic.” Gothic Studies 3 (2001): 75-83. [GGIII: 0217].
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].
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, Helen D. F. “Shapes Half Hid: Psychological Realization in the English and American Gothic Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International 51 (1990). [GGII: 0063].
DAVISON, Carol Margaret. “Gothic Cabala: The Anti-Semitic Spectropoetics of British Gothic Literature.” Dissertation Abstracts International 60:12 (2000): 4438-39 (McGill University). [GGIII: 0221].
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