By Charles L. Crow
A spouse to American Gothic includes a choice of unique essays that discover America’s gothic literary tradition.
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- Contributions from a wide selection of students from round the world
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And W. ) (1991). Haunting the House of Fiction: Feminist Perspectives on Ghost Stories by American Women. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press. Thirteen original essays on how American women authors have used Gothic tales to critique the mainstream culture they knew. T. (1980). American Hieroglyphics: The Symbol of Egyptian Hieroglyphics in the American Renaissance. New Haven: Yale University Press. A strong poststructuralist/deconstructive reading of several American Gothic texts, among others – especially Poe’s.
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