Shirley Jackson

(1916-1965)

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Today in Literature: Shirley Jackson Bibliography

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BLACKFORD, Holly. "Haunted Housekeeping: Fatal Attractions of Servant and Mistress in Twentieth-Century Female Gothic Literature." Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory 16.2 (2005): 233-261. 
BLACKFORD, Holly. “Haunted Housekeeping: Fatal Attractions of Servant and Mistress in Twentieth Century Female Gothic Literature.” Literature Interpretation Theory 16 (2005): 233-61. [GGIV: 0000]
BOWERS, Stephanie Patnychuk. “Magic, Madness, and ‘the Judicious Administration of the Bizarre’: The Forgotten Fiction of Shirley Jackson.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences 62.10 (2002): 3390.
CASTRICANO, Jodey. "Shirley Jackson's the Haunting of Hill House and the Strange Question of Trans-Subjectivity." Gothic Studies7.1 (2005): 87-101. 
CASTRICANO, Jodie. “The Haunting of Hill House and the Strange Question of Trans-Subjectivity.” Gothic Studies 7 (2005): 87-101. [GGIV: 0000]
COHEN SAFIR, Claude. “Female Gothic in America: The Uncanny Vision of Gilman, Jackson, and Morrison.” Letterature d’america: Rivista Trimestrale 21:86 (2001): 97-112. [GGIII: 4236]
DIAMOND, Jennifer. “Ivory Towers and Ivory Soap: Composition, Housewife Humor, and Domestic Gothic, 1940-1970.” Dissertation Abstracts International 66:5 (2005): 1760 (Ohio State University). [GGIV: 0000]
EGAN, James. “Comic-Satiric-Fantastic-Gothic: Interactive Modes in Shirley Jackson’s Fiction.” Shirley Jackson: Essays on the Literary Legacy. Ed., Bernice M. Murphy. CITY: McFarland, 2005. 34-51.
HAINES, Colin. “Frightened by a Word:” Shirley Jackson and Lesbian Gothic. Uppsala, Sweden: Uppsala University; Studia Anglistica Upsaliensia 133, 2007. [GGIV: 0000]
HAINES, Colin. "Frightened by a Word": Shirley Jackson and Lesbian Gothic. Uppsala University, 2007.
HATTENHAUER, Darryl. Shirley Jackson’s American Gothic. Albany . NY: SUNY at Albany Press, 2003. [GGIII: 4289]
HWANG, Eunju. "'Writing is the Way Out': Shirley Jackson's Domestic Stories and we have always Lived in the Castle." Feminist Studies in English Literature 17.2 (2009): 103-129. 
JOSHI, S.T. “JACKSON, Shirley (Hardie).” St. James Guide to Horror, Ghost, and Gothic Writers, ed. David Pringle. Detroit: St. James Press/Gale, 1998. 291-92. [GGIII: 4290]
KITTREDGE, Mary. “The Other Side of Magic: A Few Remarks about Shirley Jackson.” Discovering Modern Horror Fiction. Ed. Darrell Schweitzer. Mercer Island, WA: Starmont House, 1985. 3-12. [GGII: 1086].
MURPHY, Bernice M. "'I Am God': The Domineering Patriarch in Shirley Jackson's Gothic Fiction." Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik.McFarland, 2007. 135-148.
MURPHY, Bernice M. “‘I Am God’: The Domineering Patriarch in Shirley Jackson's Gothic Fiction." Horrifying Sex: Essays on Sexual Difference in Gothic Literature, ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2007. 135-148. [GGIV: 0000]
NEWMAN, Judi. “Shirley Jackson and the Reproduction of Mothering: The Haunting of Hill House.American Horror Fiction from Brockden Brown to Stephen King. Ed. Brian Docherty. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 120-134. [GGII: 1087].
OPPENHEIMER, Judy. Private Demons: The Life of Shirley Jackson. New York: Putnam, 1988. [GGII: 1088].
PARKS, John G. “‘The Possibility of Evil’: A Key to Shirley Jackson’s Fiction.” Studies in Short Fiction 15 (1978): 320-323. [GGI: 1838].
PARKS, John G. “Chambers of Yearning: Shirley Jackson’s Use of the Gothic.” Twentieth-Century Literature 30 (1984): 15-29. [GGII: 1089].
RUBENSTEIN, Roberta. “House Mothers and Haunted Daughters: Shirley Jackson and the Female Gothic.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 15:2 (1996): 309-31. [GGIII: 4296]
SCHNEIDER, Steven Jay. “Thrice-Told Tales: The Haunting, from Novel to Film ... to Film.” Journal of Popular Film and Television 30.3 (2002): 167-76.
SULLIVAN, Jack. “Shirley Jackson.” Supernatural Fiction Writers. Ed. E.F. Bleiler. New york: Charles Scribner's 1985, II. 1031-1036. [GGII: 1090].