Gothic Literary Studies
Gothic Literary Studies is dedicated to publishing ground-breaking scholarship on Gothic literature and film, and to promoting challenging and innovative approaches to Gothic which question the traditional or perceived critical orthodoxy of a genre which plays an important role in understanding literary, intellectual and cultural histories. Volumes in the series explore how issues such as gender, religion, nation and sexuality have shaped our view of the Gothic tradition, and are informed by the latest developments in critical theory.
Series Editors: Professor Andrew Smith, Sheffield University, and Professor Benjamin F. Fisher, University of Mississippi.
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