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Tytuł :
‘I wants to make your flesh creep’: Notes toward a Reading of the Comic-Gothic in Dickens
Autorzy :
Julian Wolfreys, Associate Professor of English
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :31-59
Materiał oryginalny :
It is the fear one needs: the price one pays for coming contentedly to terms with a social body based on irrationality and menace.
Franco Moretti
Gothic novels are technologies that produce the monster as a remarkably mobile, permeable, and infinitely interpretable body.
Judith Halberstam
A baby savage, a young monster, a child who had never been a child, a creature who might live to take the outward form of a man, but who, within, would live and perish a mere beast.
Charles Dickens, The Haunted Man
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Tytuł :
Trance-Gothic, 1882–97
Autorzy :
Roger Luckhurst, Lectures in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Literature
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :148-167
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Tytuł :
Archaeology and Gothic Desire: Vitality Beyond the Grave in H. Rider Haggard’s Ancient Egypt
Autorzy :
Richard Pearson, Lecturer in English
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :218-244
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Tytuł :
Mary Elizabeth Coleridge, Literary Influence and Technologies of the Uncanny
Autorzy :
Alison Chapman, Teaches Eighteenth-Century and Nineteenth-Century Literature
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :109-128
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Tytuł :
From King Arthur to Sidonia the Sorceress: the Dual Nature of Pre-Raphaelite Mediaevalism
Autorzy :
J.-A. George, teaches English and Drama
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :90-108
Materiał oryginalny :
The medieval revival was a complex and yet coherent movement. ... Although medievalism involved varying and sometimes contradictory ideas and programs, its basic aims remained very similar throughout. ... At the height of the revival scarcely an aspect of life remained untouched by medievalist influence. The very beds people slept in were apt to be Gothic. ... The Middle Ages were idealized as a period of faith, order, joy, munificence and creativity. ... The Middle Ages became a metaphor both for a specific social order and, somewhat more vaguely, for a metaphysically harmonious world view.
Alice Chandler, 1970, 1
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Tytuł :
Apparitions Can Be Deceptive: Vernon Lee’s Androgynous Spectres
Autorzy :
Ruth Robbins, Lecturer
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :182-200
Materiał oryginalny :
... this uncanny is in reality nothing new or alien, but something which is familiar and old-established in the mind and which has become alienated from it only through the process of repression.
Sigmund Freud, 1990, 363–4
When you meet a human being, the first distinction you make is ‘male or female?’ and you are accustomed to make the distinction with unhesitating certainty. ... Science next tells you something that ... is probably calculated to confuse your feelings. It draws your attention to the fact that portions of the male sexual apparatus also appear in women’s bodies ... and vice versa in the alternative case ... an individual is not a man or a woman, but always both. ... you ... must conclude that what constitutes masculinity or femininity is an unknown characteristic which anatomy cannot lay hold of.
Sigmund Freud, 1986, 413–14
The limit and transgression depend on each other for whatever density of being they possess; a limit could not exist if it were absolutely uncrossable, and reciprocally, transgression would be pointless if it merely crossed a limit composed of illusions and shadows. ... Transgression ... is not related to the limit as black to white, as the prohibited to the lawful, the outside to the inside, or as the open area of the building to its closed spaces. Rather, their relationship takes the form of a spiral which no infraction can exhaust.
Michel Foucault, 1977, 34–5
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Tytuł :
Gothic and Supernatural: Allegories at Work and Play in Kipling’s Indian Fiction
Autorzy :
Peter Morey, Teaches English
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :201-217
Materiał oryginalny :
It becomes clear ... that the social and literary functions of the supernatural are one and the same: it is a question of breaking the law. Whether it occurs within social life or within a narra tive, the intervention of the supernatural element always constitutes a rupture in the system of established rules, and this is its justification.
Tzvetan Todorov
All literary works are determined by their relation to an ideology ...: the excellence of the novelist lies not in his ideology but in the fact that he confronts an ideological utterance with a fictional utterance.
Pierre Macherey
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Tytuł :
The ‘Anxious Dream’: Julia Margaret Cameron’s Gothic Perspective
Autorzy :
Marion Wynne-Davies, Teaches English
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :129-147
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Tytuł :
Resurrecting the Regency: Horror and Eighteenth-Century Comedy in Le Fanu’s Fiction
Autorzy :
Victor Sage, Reader in Literature
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :12-30
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Tytuł :
‘Designing Gourmet Children or, KIDS FOR DINNER!’
Autorzy :
James R. Kincaid, Professor of English
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :1-11
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Tytuł :
‘Withered, Wrinkled, and Loathsome of Visage’: Reading the Ethics of the Soul and the Late-Victorian Gothic in The Picture of Dorian Gray
Autorzy :
Kenneth Womack, Assistant Professor
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :168-181
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Tytuł :
Hopkins and the Gothic Body
Autorzy :
R. J. C. Watt, Senior Lecturer in English
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Źródło :
Victorian Gothic : Literary and Cultural Manifestations in the Nineteenth Century. :60-89
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