John Richardson

(1796-1852)

General Studies


BUMA, Michael. "John Richardson's Unlikely Narrative of Nationhood: History, the Gothic, and Sport as Prophecy in Wacoust."Studies in Canadian Literature/Etudes en Littérature Canadienne 36.1 (2011): 143-62.
CURRIE. Noel Elizabeth. “From Walpole to the New World: Legitimation and the Gothic in Richardson’s Wacousta.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 6 (2000): 145-59.
GORJUP, Branko. “Noblesse Oblige and the New Man in John Richardson’s Wacousta.” Literature, Culture, and Ethnicity: Studies on Medieval, Renaissance, and Modern Literatures. Ed. Mirko Jurak. Ljubljana: Author, 1992. 127-31.
HURLEY, Michael. “Wacousta: The Borders of Nightmare.” Beginnings: A Critical Anthology. Ed. John Loss. Toronto: NC Press, 1980. 60-69. [GGI: 1292].
HURLEY, Michael. The Borders of Nightmare: The Fiction of John Richardson. Toronto and Buffalo: Toronto University Press, 1992.
MACLAREN, I.S. “Wacousta and the Gothic Tradition.” Recovering Canada’s First Novelist: Proceedings from the John Richardson Conference. Erin, Ontario; Scarborough, Ontario : Porcupine’s Quill by Firefly Books, 1984. 49-62.
MCLEAN, Ken. “The Dark Covert Mind: Wacousta.” Studies in Canadian Literature 3 (1978): 124-126. [GGI: 1295].
SAVOLAINEN, Matti, and Christos Angelis. "The 'New World' Gothic Monster: Spatio-Temporal Ambiguities, Male Bonding and Canadianness in John Richardson's Wacousta." Eds. P. M. Mehtonen and Matti Savolainen. Ashgate, 2013. 217-233.