The Encyclopedia of the Gothic, 2 Volume Set

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$463.95
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell
Publish Date
Pages
912
Dimensions
7.0 X 9.9 X 2.0 inches | 3.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781405182904

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About the Author
William Hughes is Professor of Gothic Studies at Bath Spa University and, with Andrew Smith, Joint President of the International Gothic Association. His publications include the definitive bibliography of Bram Stoker's works (with Richard Dalby, 2004) and the monograph Beyond Dracula (2000). Hughes is also the founding editor of Gothic Studies, the refereed journal of the International Gothic Association.

David Punter is Professor of English at the University of Bristol. His range and depth of critical work has been compared with that of Mario Praz and Edward Said. He has published some twenty books on Gothic, Romantic, modern and contemporary literature, and on psychoanalytic and other literary theory; he has also published four small volumes of poetry. He is generally recognised as the founder of modern criticism of the Gothic, and as an inspiration behind contemporary Goth culture.

Andrew Smith is Professor of English Studies at the University of Glamorgan where he is Head of English and Modern Languages. His books include The Ghost Story 1840-1920: A Cultural History (2010), Gothic Literature (2007), Victorian Demons (2004), and Gothic Radicalism (2000). Smith, with William Hughes, is co-president of the International Gothic Association.

Reviews

"A substantial achievement ... An essential addition for humanities libraries, particularly those with researchers active in Gothic." (Reference Reviews, November 2013)

"As a reference work that's firmly rooted in and actively devoted to expressing the current state of academic scholarship about its area, The Encyclopedia of the Gothic shares all the virtues and shortcomings of that field, including any quirks of selective focus. It's quite valuable for what it is--and illuminating for what it is not." (New York Journal of Books, February 2013)