Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.
Table of Contents Acknowledgments vii Introduction 1 Part I: Demonizing the Racial Other, Humanizing the Self 1. White Terror, Black Dreams: Gothic Constructions of Race in the Nineteenth Century Eugenia DeLamotte 17 2. Slavery and Civic Recovery: Gothic Interventions in Whitman and Weld Katherine Henry 00 3. Cane: Jean Toomer's Gothic Black Modernism Daphne Lamothe 00 4. Mixed Blood Couples: Monsters and Miscegenation in U.S. Horror Cinema Steven Jay Schneider 00 5. Diseased States, Public Minds: Native American Ghosts in Early National Literature RenÄe L. Bergland 00 6. Yellow Peril, Dark Hero: Fu Manchu and the "Gothic Bedevilment" of Racist Intent Karen Kingsbury 00 7. A Return to the Caves: E.M. Forster's Gothic Passage Douglas L. Howard 00 Part II: Demonizing the Religious Other, Humanizing the Self 8. Gothic Routes, or the Thrills of Ethnography: Frances Calderon de la Barca's Life in Mexico Soledad Caballero 00 9. The Infamous Svengali: George Du Maurier's Satanic Jew Ruth Bienstock Anolik 00 Part III: Dark Master, Dark Slave: Class Hatred and Class Fear 10. The Death of Zofloya; or, The Moor as Epistemological Limit Stephanie Burley 000 11. "The Vampyre": Romantic Metaphysics and the Aristocratic Other Gavin Budge 000 12. "Screaming While School Was in Session": The Construction of Monstrosity in Stephen King's Schoolhouse Gothic Sherry R. Truffin 000 Part IV: When the Self Is the Other: Humanizing the Other, Demonizing the Oppressor 13. The Cage of Obscene Birds: The Myth of the Southern Garden in Frederick Douglass's My Bondage and My Freedom Joseph Bodziock 000 14. Gothic in the Himalayas: Powell and Pressburger's Black Narcissus John Stone 000 Part V: When the Other Is the Self: Deconstructing the Categories 15. Defanging Dracula: The Disappearing Other in Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula Erik Marshall 000 List of Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: English literature History and criticism, Gothic revival (Literature) English-speaking countries, American literature History and criticism, Difference (Psychology) in literature, Horror tales History and criticism, Social classes in literature, Race in literature, Fear in literature