Table of contents for Approaches to teaching Gothic fiction : the British and American traditions / edited by Diane Long Hoeveler and Tamar Heller.


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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