Table of contents for Horrifying sex : essays on sexual differences in Gothic literature / edited by Ruth Bienstock Anolik.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	vi
Introduction. Sexual Horror: Fears of the Sexual Other
 (Ruth Bienstock Anolik)	1
Part I. The Fatal Woman
1. Life-in-Death: The Monstrous Female and the Gothic 
Labyrinth in Aliens and "Ligeia" (Katherine Henry)	27
2. Morbid Mothers: Gothic Heredity in Florence Marryat's 
The Blood of the Vampire (Octavia Davis)	000
3. The Unbearable Hybridity of Female Sexuality: Racial 
Ambiguity and the Gothic in Rider Haggard's She 
(Tamar Heller)	000
4. Frankenstein's Other: The Monstrous Feminine in 
Maryse Cond¿'s C¿lanire cou-coup¿ (Dawn Fulton)	000
Part II. The Satanic Male
5. "There Was a Man": Dangerous Husbands and Fathers 
in The Winter's Tale, A Sicilian Romance and Linden 
Hills (Ruth Bienstock Anolik)	000
6. Sexual or Supernatural: Threats in Radcliffe's The Italian 
(Elizabeth Harlan)	000
7. Investigating the Third Story: "Bluebeard" and "Cinderella" 
in Jane Eyre (Victoria Anderson)	000
8. Monstrous Men: Violence and Masculinity in Robert 
Browning's The Ring and the Book (Michael Ackerman)	000
9. "I Am God": The Domineering Patriarch in Shirley Jackson's Gothic Fiction (Bernice M. Murphy)	000
Part III. Homosexual Horror
10. Other Love: Le Fanu's Carmilla as Lesbian Gothic 
(Adrienne Antrim Major)	000
11. Preying on the Pervert: The Uses of Homosexual Panic 
in Bram Stoker's Dracula (Damion Clark)	000
12. Horror and Homosexuality in Christopher Isherwood's 
Mr. Norris Changes Trains (Brian Whaley)	000
13. Invasion of the Husband Snatchers: Masculine Crisis and 
the Lavendar Menace in I Married a Monster from Outer 
Space (Andrew Scahill)	000
Part IV. Vive la Diff¿rence: 
Celebrating the Sexual Other
14. The Lesbian Vampire: Transgressive Sexuality 
(Paulina Palmer)	000
15. Another "Gendered Other"? The Female Monster-Hero 
(Julie Miess)	000
16. Imagineer: Clive Barker's Queering of the Conservative 
Bent of Horror Literature (K.A. Laity)	000
Contributors	000
Index	000_

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
Sex differences (Psychology) in literature.
English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
American literature -- 19th century -- History and criticism.
American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Horror tales, English -- History and criticism.
Horror tales, American -- History and criticism.
Gothic revival (Literature) -- Great Britain.
Gothic revival (Literature) -- United States.
Sex role in literature.