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Ecogothic / edited by Andrew Smith and William Hughes.

Contributor(s): Smith, Andrew, 1964- [editor.] | Hughes, William, 1964- [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.International Gothic (Manchester, England): Publisher: Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 198 pages .).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781781707142; 1781707146; 9781526102911; 1526102919.Subject(s): Ecocriticism | Gothic fiction (Literary genre)Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ecogothic.DDC classification: 809.93355 LOC classification: PN98.E36 | E38 2013Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Acknowledgements -- Notes on contributors -- Introduction: defining the EcoGothic / Andrew Smith and William Hughes -- Panic, paranoia, and pathos: ecocriticism in the eighteenth-century Gothic novel / Lisa Kroger -- Monsters on the Ice and Global Warming: From Mary Shelley and Sir John Franklin to Margaret Atwood and Dan Simmons / Catherine Lanone -- Algernon Blackwood: Nature and Spirit / David Punter -- 'A Strange Kind of Evil': Superficial Paganism and False Ecology in The Wicker Man / William Hughes -- Bodies on earth: exploring sites of the Canadian EcoGothic / Alanna F. Bondar -- Margaret Atwood's Monsters in the Canadian EcoGothic / Shoshannah Ganz -- From Salem Witch to Blair Witch: The Puritan Influence on American Gothic Nature /Tom J. Hillard -- 'The Blank Darkness Outside': Ambrose Bierce and Wilderness Gothic at the End of the Frontier / Kevin Corstorphine -- Locating Subjectivity in the Post-Apocalypse: The American Gothic journeys of Jack Kerouac, Cormac McCarthy, and Jim Crace / Andrew Smith -- A Gothic Apocalypse: Encountering the Monstrous in American Cinema / Susan J. Tyburski -- The Riddle Was the Angel in the House: Towards an American Ecofeminist Gothic / Emily Carr -- 'Uncanny States': Global EcoGothic and the World-Ecology in Rana Dasgupta's Tokyo Cancelled / Sharae Deckard -- Index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Acknowledgements -- Notes on contributors -- Introduction: defining the EcoGothic / Andrew Smith and William Hughes -- Panic, paranoia, and pathos: ecocriticism in the eighteenth-century Gothic novel / Lisa Kroger -- Monsters on the Ice and Global Warming: From Mary Shelley and Sir John Franklin to Margaret Atwood and Dan Simmons / Catherine Lanone -- Algernon Blackwood: Nature and Spirit / David Punter -- 'A Strange Kind of Evil': Superficial Paganism and False Ecology in The Wicker Man / William Hughes -- Bodies on earth: exploring sites of the Canadian EcoGothic / Alanna F. Bondar -- Margaret Atwood's Monsters in the Canadian EcoGothic / Shoshannah Ganz -- From Salem Witch to Blair Witch: The Puritan Influence on American Gothic Nature /Tom J. Hillard -- 'The Blank Darkness Outside': Ambrose Bierce and Wilderness Gothic at the End of the Frontier / Kevin Corstorphine -- Locating Subjectivity in the Post-Apocalypse: The American Gothic journeys of Jack Kerouac, Cormac McCarthy, and Jim Crace / Andrew Smith -- A Gothic Apocalypse: Encountering the Monstrous in American Cinema / Susan J. Tyburski -- The Riddle Was the Angel in the House: Towards an American Ecofeminist Gothic / Emily Carr -- 'Uncanny States': Global EcoGothic and the World-Ecology in Rana Dasgupta's Tokyo Cancelled / Sharae Deckard -- Index.

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