Litteratur

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Giltig fr.o.m.: VT2021
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Beslutsdatum: 2020-11-25
Beslutad av: Ämnesrådet för litteraturvetenskap

SW = available as pdf on the SH StudyWeb, “Studiewebben”


Compulsory primary literature see under the heading “Links” below

Beckford, W., Vathek (1782)

Le Fanu, Carmilla (1872)

Lewis, M., The Monk (1796)

Poe, E. A., “The Black Cat” (1843)

Poe, E. A., Narrative of A. Gordon Pym (1838)

Polidori, W., The Vampire (1819)

Radcliffe, A., “On the Supernatural in Poetry” (1802/1826) SW

Radcliffe, A., The Italian (1797)

Shelley, M., Frankenstein (1818)

Walpole, H., The Castle of Otranto (1764)


Compulsory secondary literature

Blakemore, Steven, “Matthew Lewis’s Black Mass: Sexual, Religious Inversion in The Monk”, Studies in the Novel 30 (1998): 521–539 SW

Botting, F., Gothic, 2nd ed., London, Routledge, 2014 intro + ch. 2, p 1-40; part of ch. 4: 57-73. (E-book SH library)

Fitzgerald, Lauren, “Female Gothic and the Institutionalization of Gothic Studies” in Wallace, D. & A. Smith (ed.), The Female Gothic. New Directions, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009 p. 1-12. (E-book SH library).

Fox, René, “Carmilla and the Politics of Indistinguishability”, in Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu Carmilla: A Critical Edition, Ed. And introduction by Kathleen Costello-Sullivan, Irish studies, Syracuse University Press 2013. (SW)

Garrett, John, “Ending in Infinity: William Beckford's Arabian Tale”, Eighteenth-Century Fiction 5 (1992): 15-34 SW

Haggerty, G. E., Queer Gothic, Urbana & Chicago, University of Illinois Press, 2006, 63–83 (SW).

Halberstam, J. “Making Monsters” Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, in Halberstam, Judith, Skin shows: Gothic horror and the technology of monsters, Duke Univ. Press, Durham, 1995 (E-Book SH library)

Hogle, Jerrold E. On Radcliffes the Italian, in Townshend, Dale & Wright, Angela, Ann Radcliffe, Romanticism and the Gothic, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2014, (SW)

Goddu, Theresa, “American Gothic” in Spooner, C. & E. McEvoy (ed.), The Routledge Companion to Gothic, London, Routledge, 2007 (E-book SH library)

Kosofsky Sedgwick, Eve, “The Character in the Veil: Imagery of the Surface in the Gothic Novel”, PMLA 96 (1981), 255–270 SW

Lindén, Claudia & Ruin, Hans, “The Vampire, the Undead and the Anxieties of Historical Consciousness” in Ethos of History, ed. Stefan Helgesson and Jayne Svenungsson Berghain, London 2018 (SW)

Miles, Robert, “’Mother Radcliffe’ and the Female Gothic” in Wallace, D. & A. Smith (ed.), The Female Gothic. New Directions, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009 p. 1-12. (E-book SH library), s. 42-59

Rowe, Samuel, “Beckford’s Insatiable Caliph: Oriental Despotism and Consumer Society”, Eighteenth-Century Studies 52 (2019): 183–199 SW

Twitchell, J. B., Living Dead. A Study of the Vampire in Romantic Literature, Durham, Duke University Press, 1981 (p. 39-49; 103-115), (E-book SH library)

Wallace, D. & A. Smith (ed.), The Female Gothic. New Directions, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2009 p. 1-12. (E-book SH library)


Links

Le Fanu, S., Carmilla (1872) http://www.gutenberg.org/files/37174/37174-h/37174-h.htm (or SW)

Lewis, M., The Monk (1796) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/601

Poe, E. A., Narrative of A. Gordon Pym (1838) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/2149

Polidori, W., The Vampire (1819) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/6087

Radcliffe, A., On the Supernatural in Poetry (1802/1826) SW

Shelley, M., Frankenstein (1818) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/84

Walpole, H., The Castle of Otranto (1764) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/696