Table of contents for Gothic returns in Collins, Dickens, Zola, and Hitchcock / Eleanor Salotto.


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Introduction * The Haunted Hotel and the Ghostly Feminine * Gothic Fragments: Wordless Narration in The Woman in White * Phantasmagorical Narration in Bleak House * Shadowing the Dead: First Person Narration in Our Mutual Friend * Shopping for an "I": The Ladies’ Paradise and the Spectacle of Identity * She’s Not There: Vertigo and the Ghostly Feminine * Grave Narrations: Dickens and the Novel * Conclusion
Introduction * The Haunted Hotel and the Ghostly Feminine * Gothic Fragments: Wordless Narration in The Woman in White * Phantasmagorical Narration in Bleak House * Shadowing the Dead: First Person Narration in Our Mutual Friend * Shopping for an "I": The Ladies’ Paradise and the Spectacle of Identity * She’s Not There: Vertigo and the Ghostly Feminine * Grave Narrations: Dickens and the Novel * Conclusion



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Dead in literature.
English fiction -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Literature and society -- Great Britain -- History -- 19th century.
Collins, Wilkie, -- 1824-1889 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Dickens, Charles, -- 1812-1870 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Hitchcock, Alfred, -- 1899-1980 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Zola, Emile, -- 1840-1902 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Fiction -- Technique.