Gothic (Re)Visions

Gothic (Re)Visions

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Argues that Gothic fiction, generally perceived as the special province of women, explodes the unitary, centralized narrative gaze of other genres, and offers instead a diffuse, multi-angled textual position that allows women to negotiate their way through their double status as women and as writersEllen Moers was the first to use the term aquot;Female Gothicaquot; as the title of her essay on Mary Shelleya#39;s Frankenstein, Emily Brontea#39;s Wuthering Heights, and Christina Rossettia#39;s Goblin Market. This essay first appeared in the New York Review ofanbsp;...


Title:Gothic (Re)Visions
Author:Susan Wolstenholme
Publisher:SUNY Press - 1993
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