Edinburgh Companions to the Gothic

Series Editor(s): Andrew Smith, William Hughes

This series provides a comprehensive overview of the Gothic from the eighteenth century to the present day. Each volume takes either a period, place, or theme and explores their diverse attributes, contexts and texts via completely original essays. The volumes provide an authoritative critical tool for both scholars and students of the Gothic.

Volumes in the series are edited by leading scholars in their field and make a cutting edge contribution to the field of Gothic studies.

Each volume:

  • Presents an innovative and critically challenging exploration of the historical, thematic and theoretical understandings of the Gothic from the eighteenth century to the present day
  • Provides a critical forum in which ideas about Gothic history and established Gothic themes are challenged
  • Supports the teaching of the Gothic at an advanced undergraduate level and at masters level
  • Helps readers to rethink ideas concerning periodisation and to question the critical approaches which have been taken to the Gothic

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