Gothic riffs: secularizing the uncanny in the European imaginary, 1780-1820
Creators:Hoeveler, Diane Long
Subjects (LCSH):Gothic revival (Literature) -- Influence
Gothic revival (Literature) -- History and criticism
Gothic fiction (Literary genre) -- History and criticism
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Publisher:The Ohio State University Press
(print) xx, 289 p. ; 24 cm.
Gothic riffs : songs in the key of secularization -- Gothic mediations : Shakespeare, the sentimental, and the secularization of virtue -- "Rescue operas" and providential deism -- Ghostly visitants : the gothic drama and the coexistence of immanence and transcendence -- Entr'acte. Melodramatizing the gothic : the case of Thomas Holcroft -- The gothic ballad and blood sacrifice : from Bürger to Wordsworth -- The gothic chapbook : the class-based circulation of the unexplained supernatural
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Other Identifiers:OCLC #477272263 (print)
LCCN 2009050593 (print)
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