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Table of Contents Acknowledgments vii Introduction: "Do You Know Who I Am?" Reconsidering Shirley Jackson 1 1. Fallen Eden in Shirley Jackson's The Road Through the Wall Joan Wylie Hall 23 2. Comic-Satiric-Fantastic-Gothic: Interactive Modes in Shirley Jackson's Narratives James Egan 00 3. Multiple Personality and the Postmodern Subject: Theorizing Agency Marta Caminero-Santangelo 00 4. "New World Miniatures: Shirley Jackson's The Sundial and Postwar American Society Rich Pascal 00 5. "The People of the Village Have Always Hated Us": Shirley Jackson's New England Gothic Bernice M. Murphy 00 6. House Mothers and Haunted Daughters: Shirley Jackson and the Female Gothic Roberta Rubenstein 00 7. "Whose Hand Was I Holding?": Familial and Sexual Politics in Shirley Jackson's The Haunting of Hill House Tricia Lootens 000 8. Shirley Jackson and the Reproduction of Mothering: The Haunting of Hill House Judie Newman 000 9. Shirley Jackson: Domestic Horror S.T. Joshi 000 10. The Establishment and Preservation of Female Power in Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle Lynette Carpenter 000 11. King of the Castle: Shirley Jackson and Stephen King Dara Downey and Darryl Jones 000 12. Chambers of Yearning: Shirley Jackson's Use of the Gothic John G. Parks 000 13. Stephen Spielberg's The Haunting: A Reconsideration of David Self's Script. Darryl Hattenhauer 000 14. Life Lessons in Shirley Jackson's Late Fiction: Ethics, Cosmology, Eschatology Diane Long Hoeveler 000 Appendix: Shirley Jackson Bibliography 000 About the Contributors 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Jackson, Shirley, 1916-1965 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Women and literature -- United States -- History -- 20th century.