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Browse Books in Gothic & Romance

William Blake

Modernity and Disaster

edited by Tilottama Rajan & Joel Faflak

The Gothic and death

series edited by Elisabeth Bronfen
edited by Carol Davison

Hawthorne as Myth-Maker

by (author) Hugo McPherson

Gothic and Racism

edited by Cristina Artenie

Monsters and Monstrosity in 21st-Century Film and Television

edited by Cristina Artenie & Ashley Szanter

Zola Before the Rougon-Macquart

by (author) John Lapp


by (author) François-René de Chateaubriand
edited by R.D. Finch & C.R. Parsons

The Narreme in the Medieval Romance Epic

An Introduction to Narrative Structures

by (author) Eugene Dorfman

The Supplement of Reading

Figures of Understanding in Romantic Theory and Practice

by (author) Tilottama Rajan

Timely Voices

Romance Writing in English Literature

edited by Goran Stanivukovic


The Postcolonial Edition

by (author) Bram Stoker
edited by Cristina Artenie & Dragos Moraru

Men With Stakes

Masculinity and the gothic in US Television

by (author) Julia M. Wright

Power and Legitimacy

Law, Culture, and Literature

by (author) Anne Quéma

Home Ground and Foreign Territory

Essays on Early Canadian Literature

edited by Janice Fiamengo

Daniel Defoe, Contrarian

by (author) Robert James Merrett

Romantic Narrative

Shelley, Hays, Godwin, Wollstonecraft

by (author) Tilottama Rajan

Unsettled Remains

Canadian Literature and the Postcolonial Gothic

edited by Cynthia Sugars & Gerry Turcotte

Romantic Hospitality and the Resistance to Accommodation

by (author) Peter Melville

The Politics of Enchantment

Romanticism, Media, and Cultural Studies

by (author) J. David Black

The Educational Legacy of Romanticism

edited by John Willinsky

Gothic Canada

Reading the Spectre of a National Literature

by (author) Justin D. Edwards

Northrop Frye's Notebooks on Romance

by (author) Estate of Northrop Frye
edited by Michael Dolzani

Romanticism and the Materiality of Nature

by (author) Onno Oerlemans

Vision, the Gaze, and the Function of the Senses in “Celestina”

by (author) James F. Burke

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