A New Companion to The Gothic (Blackwell Companions to by David Punter

By David Punter

The completely elevated and up-to-date New better half to the Gothic, provides a sequence of stimulating insights into Gothic writing, its background and family tree. The addition of 12 new essays and a bit on ‘Global Gothic’ displays the path Gothic feedback has taken during the last decade.

  • Many of the unique essays were revised to mirror present debates
  • Offers complete insurance of feedback of the Gothic and of a few of the theoretical methods it has encouraged and spawned
  • Features very important and unique essays by means of major students within the field
  • The editor is well known because the founding father of glossy feedback of the Gothic

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