Carol Margaret Davison 1
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Getting Their Knickers in a Twist
Contesting the ‘Female Gothic’ in Charlotte Dacre‘s Zofloya
in Gothic Studies
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Taking Charlotte Dacre‘s unique and controversial novel, Zofloya; Or The Moor (1806), as its focal point, this essay takes stock of the strengths and limitations of the major theoretical engagements with the ‘Female Gothic’ under its diverse appellations, and consider them in terms of the history of Gothic theory more generally.

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