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Weeks, Jeffrey, Sex, Politics and Society: The Regulation of Sexuality since 1800 (London, Longman 1989)

Wells, H. G., The Invisible Man (Harmondsworth, Penguin 1946)

Whitworth, Damian, ‘Gloomy Tribal Craze that was Born in Britain’, The Times, 22 April 1999

Wilde, Oscar, The Writings of Oscar Wilde ed. Isobel Murray (Oxford, Oxford University Press 1989)

Willett, C. and Cunnington, Phillis, The History of Underclothes (London, Faber & Faber 1981)

Wilson, Elizabeth, Adorned in Dreams: Fashion and Modernity (London, Virago 1985)

_______ The Sphinx in the City: Urban Life, the Control of Disorder, and Women (London, Virago 1991)

_______ ‘Bohemian Dress and the Heroism of Everyday Life’, Fashion Theory 2:3, 1998, pp. 225–244

Winship, Janice, Inside Women’s Magazines (London, Pandora Press 1987)

Wollstonecraft, Mary, Political Writings ed. Janet Todd (London, William Pickering 1993)

_______ A Vindication of the Rights of Woman ed. Miriam Brody (Harmondsworth, Penguin 1992)

Yalom, Marilyn, A History of the Breast (London, Rivers Oram Press 1998)

Zdatny, Steven, ‘The Boyish Look and the Liberated Woman: The Politics and Aesthetics of Women’s Hairstyles’, Fashion Theory 1:4, 1997, pp. 367–98

Fashion spreads

‘Black White Red Magic’, photographer Paolo Roversi, stylist Edward Enninful. i-D 175 (May 1998) pp. 82–93

‘Bonne Nuit le Petit’, photographer Blinkk, stylist Karina Jefferey. Dazed and Confused 61 (Sept. 2001) pp. 218–27

‘Brother Wolf and Sister Moon’, photographer Willy Vanderperre, stylist Olivier Rizzo. i-D 194 (Jan./Feb. 2000), pp. 96–9

‘Cathy Come Home’, photographer Fabio Chizzola. Elle (April 1999) pp. 180–91

‘The Clinic’, photographer Sean Ellis, stylist Isabella Blow. The Face 3:2 (March 1997) pp. 98–107

‘Death Valley High’, photographer Phil Poynter, stylist Charlotte Stockdale. The Face 3:51 (April 2001) pp. 110–21

‘Future World’, photographer Troy Ward, stylist Sarah Walter. Marie Claire 87 (Nov. 1995) pp. 208–15

‘Goth Almighty’, photographer Eitan, stylist Rebecca Leary. Guardian Weekend June 15 1996 pp. 38–9

‘The Intrepid Fox’, photographer Lee Jenkins, stylist Grace Cobb. The Face 3:44 (Sept. 2000) pp. 214–21

‘Malice In Wonderland’, photographer Mario Sorrenti, stylist Annett Monnheim. The Face 3:14 (March 1998) pp. 112–17

‘Period Drama’, photographer Martina Hoogland Ivanow, stylist Alister Mackie. Dazed and Confused 47 (Oct. 1998) pp. 126–31

‘She’s In Parties’, photographer David Sims, stylist Nancy Rohde. The Face 2:78 (March 1995) pp. 78–83

‘Simplex Concordia’, photographer Andrea Giacobbe, stylist Maida. The Face 2: 94 (July 1996) pp. 90–9

‘Sisters of Mercy’, photographer Greg Lotus, stylist Patti Wilson. i-D 211 (July 2001) pp. 72–9

‘Spook!’, photographer Peter Robathan, stylist Yvonne Sporre. The Face 2:56 (May 1993) pp. 98–105

‘Taste of Arsenic’, photographer Sean Ellis, stylist Isabella Blow. The Face 2:97 (October 1996) pp. 90–7

‘The Unexplained’, photographer Lee Jenkins, stylist Joanna Thaw. The Face 3:96 (March 1999) pp. 122–33

‘Untitled 5’, photographer Corinne Day, stylist Panos Yiapanis. i-D 201 (Sept. 2000) pp. 302–9

‘Untitled 6’, photographer Jeremy Murch, stylist Sarah Richardson. i-D 201 (Sept. 2000) pp. 310–17

‘The Wanderer’, photographer Tesh, fashion director Edward Enninful. i-D 215 (Nov. 2001)

‘Which Witch Is Which?’, photographer Lee Jenkins, stylist Judy Blame. The Face 3:6 (July 1997) pp. 156–63

Film and visual media

Beetlejuice (Tim Burton, 1988)

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (Francis Ford Coppola, 1992)

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 2, Episode 6, ‘Hallowe’en’ (written by Carl Ellsworth, directed by Bruce Seth Green, created by Joss Whedon, 1997)

Clueless (Amy Heckerling, 1995)

The Craft (Andrew Fleming, 1996)

The Elephant Man (David Lynch, 1980)

The Faculty (Robert Rodriguez, 1998)

Frozen, Madonna promotional video (Chris Cunningham, 1998)

Heathers (Michael Lehmann, 1989)

Pretty in Pink (Howard Deutsch, 1986)

Rebecca (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940)

She’s All That (Robert Iscove, 1998)

Silence of the Lambs (Jonathan Demme, 1991)

Single White Female (Barbet Schroeder, 1992)

Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (Henry Sellick, 1993)

Vincent (Tim Burton, 1982)

Selected discography

All About Eve, Scarlet and Other Stories (Phonogram, 1989)

Bauhaus, Bela Lugosi’s Dead (Small Wonder, 1979)

_______ Burning From the Inside (Beggars Banquet, 1982)

_______ The Sky’s Gone Out (Beggars Banquet, 1983)

The Cure, The Top (Fiction, 1983)

_______ Standing on a Beach: The Singles (Fiction, 1986)

_______ Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me (Fiction, 1987)

Siouxsie and the Banshees, Once Upon a Time: The Singles (Polydor, 1981)

The Sisters of Mercy, Alice (Merciful Release, 1983)

_______ Floodland (Merciful Release, 1987)

_______ Vision Thing (Merciful Release, 1992)

Various Artists, Nocturnal (Procreate, 1998)

Selected electronic sources

Alexander Mcqueen, www.alexandermcqueen.com/

A Study of Gothic Subculture: An Inside Look for Outsiders, www.gothics.org/subculture/subculture.html

Gothic.Net 5.0, www.gothic.net

Poppy Z. Brite Official Website, www.poppyzbrite.com/

Hogle, Jerrold E., ‘The Ghost of the Counterfeit – and the Closet – in The Monk\ Romanticism on the Net (Nov. 1997), users.ox.ac.uk/~scat0385/ghost.html

Tuite, Clara, ‘Cloistered Closets: Enlightenment Pornography, the Confessional State, Homosexual Persecution and The Monk”, Romanticism on the Net (Now. 1997), users.ox. ac.uk/~scat0385/closet.html

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