02844nam 2200637 450 991045677710332120211005042626.01-283-27198-297866132719831-4411-5340-3(CKB)2550000000044708(OCoLC)741691306(CaPaEBR)ebrary10495266(SSID)ssj0000522976(PQKBManifestationID)11322363(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000522976(PQKBWorkID)10538814(PQKB)10867251(MiAaPQ)EBC766041(MiAaPQ)EBC5309664(MiAaPQ)EBC3003146(Au-PeEL)EBL3003146(EXLCZ)99255000000004470820180315h20102010 uy 0engurcn|||||||||txtccrGothic histories the taste for terror, 1764 to the present /Clive BloomLondon, [England] ;New York, New York :Continuum,2010.©20101 online resource (220 p.) Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph1-84706-050-1 1-84706-051-X Includes bibliographical references and index.Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter One: Now Welcome the Night: The Origins of Gothic Culture -- Chapter Two: Every True Goth: From Horace Walpole's Strawberry Hill to Thomas De Quincey's Opium Dreams -- Chapter Three: With Raven Wings: Ann Radcliffe, German Horrors and the Divine Marquis -- Chapter Four: Land of Shadows: Melmoth the Wanderer to Sweeney Todd -- Chapter Five: Dark Reflections in a Dull Mirror: Fuseli's The Nightmare and the Origins of Gothic Theatre -- Chapter Six: Desire and Loathing Strangely Mixed: Gothic Melodrama and The Phantom of the Opera -- Chapter Seven: Do You See It?: The Gothic and the Ghostly -- Chapter Eight: It's Alive: The Rise of the Gothic Movie -- Chapter Nine: After Midnight: Goth Culture, Vampire Games and the Irresistible Rise of Twilight -- Notes -- Primary Reading List -- Further Selected Readings in the Gothic -- Index.Gothic revival (Literature)Great BritainHorror tales, EnglishHistory and criticismEnglish fictionHistory and criticismGothic revival (Art)Electronic books.Gothic revival (Literature)Horror tales, EnglishHistory and criticism.English fictionHistory and criticism.Gothic revival (Art)809.38729Bloom Clive132890MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910456777103321Gothic histories2443520UNINA