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CONTENTS Preface to the Series 00 Preface to the Volume 00 Part One: Materials Tamar Heller Some Results of the Survey 00 Editions 00 History of the Text 00 The Instructor's Library Reference and Background Sources 00 Historical Background 00 Critical Background: Overviews of the Tradition and Its History 00 Criticism by Period 00 The Gothic Pantheon: Selected Criticism 00 Readings for Students 00 Aids to Teaching 00 Part Two: Approaches Introduction 00 Diane Long Hoeveler and Tamar Heller Teaching the Backgrounds "And Still Insists He Sees the Ghosts": Defining the Gothic 00 Judith Wilt Philosophy and the Gothic Novel 00 Marshall Brown The Gothic and Ideology 00 Robert Miles Teaching the Gothic through the Visual Arts 00 C. Behrendt The Horrors of Misogyny: Feminist Psychoanalysis in the Gothic Classroom 00 Anne Williams Teaching the Gothic and the Scientific Context 00 Carol A. Senf Teaching the British Gothic Tradition The First English Gothic Novel: Walpole's The Castle of Otranto 00 James Norton Early Women's Gothic Writing: Historicity and Canonicity in Clara Reeve's The Old English Baron and Sophia Lee's The Recess 00 Angela Helen Wright Teaching the Early Female Canon: Gothic Feminism in, Wollstonecraft, Radcliffe, Austen, Dacre, and Shelley 00 Diane Long Hoeveler Suffering through the Gothic: Teaching Radcliffe 00 Cannon Schmitt Teaching the Male Gothic: Lewis, Beckford, and Stevenson 00 Scott Simpkins Teaching the Homosocial in Godwin, Hogg, and Wilde 00 Ranita Chatterjee and Patrick M. Horan Teaching the Gothic Novel and Dramatic Adaptations 00 Marjean D. Purinton Teaching Irish Gothic: Big-House Displacements in Maturin and Le Fanu 00 Mark M. Hennelly, Jr. Fear of Furniture: Commodity Gothicism and the Teaching of Victorian Literature 00 Tricia Lootens Hearts of Darkness: Teaching Race, Gender, and Imperialism in Victorian Gothic Literature 00 Tamar Heller Surveying the Vampire in Nineteenth-Century British Literature 00 Daniel Scoggin Teaching Contemporary Female Gothic: Murdoch, Carter, Atwood 00 Susan Allen Ford Teaching the American Gothic Tradition Historicizing the American Gothic: Charles Brockden Brown's Wieland 00 Teresa A. Goddu Using Narrative Form to Teach Poe's Gothic Fiction 00 Richard Fusco Teaching the Doppelgänger in American Gothic Fiction: Poe and James 00 A. A. Markley The Fall of the House of the Seven Gables and Other Ambiguities of the American Gothic 00 Laura Dabundo Supernatural Transmissions: Turn-of-the-Century Ghosts in American Women's Fiction: Jewett, Freeman, Wharton, and Gilman 00 Kathy Justice Gentile Teaching the African American Gothic: From Its Multiple Sources to Linden Hills and Beloved 00 Jerrold E. Hogle Making the Case: Teaching Stephen King and Anne Rice through the Gothic Tradition 00 Bette B. Roberts Specific Classroom Contexts Teaching the Gothic in an Interdisciplinary Honors Course 00 Sandy Feinstein Involving Resistant Readers: Exploring the Gothic through Role-Playing and Identity Writing 00 Mark James Morreale Teaching the Gothic through Filmic Adaptations 00 Wheeler Winston Dixon Notes on Contributors 00 Survey Participants 00 Works Cited 00 Print Sources 00 Films 00 Audiovisual Resources 00 Index 00
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Horror tales, English Study and teaching, Gothic revival (Literature) Great Britain Study and teaching, Gothic revival (Literature) United States Study and teaching, Horror tales, American Study and teaching