The Gothic Ideology

Religious Hysteria and Anti-Catholicism in British Popular Fiction, 1780-1880

Awdur(on) Diane Hoeveler

Iaith: Saesneg

Dosbarthiad(au): History

Cyfres: Gothic Literary Studies

  • Mai 2014 · 352 tudalen ·216x138mm

  • · Clawr Caled - 9781783160488
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Table of Contents List of Figures Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter One: Anti-Catholicism and the Gothic Ideology: Interlocking Discourse Networks Chapter Two: The Construction of the Gothic Nun: Fantasy and the Religious Imaginary Chapter Three: The Spectre of Theocracy: Mysterious Monks and "Priestcraft" Chapter Four: The Foreign Threat: Inquisitions, autos-da-fe, and Bloody Tribunals Chapter Five: Ruined Abbeys: Justifying Stolen Property and the Crusade against Superstition EPILOGUE: Penny Dreadfuls and the (Almost) Last Gasp of the Gothic

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Awdur(on): Diane Hoeveler

Diane Long Hoeveler is Professor of English at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where she has taught since 1987. She is author of Gothic Riffs: Secularizing the Uncanny in the European Imaginary, 1780–1820 (2010), which won the Allan Lloyd Smith memorial award from the International Gothic Association; Gothic Feminism (1998); and Romantic Androgyny (1990).

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