Volume 16 (2014): Issue 1 (May 2014)

in Gothic Studies

The EcoGothic in the Long Nineteenth Century
Pages: 1–8
Abominable Transformations
Becoming-Fungus in Arthur Machen‘s The Hill of Dreams
Pages: 9–23
(M)eating Dracula
Food and Death in Stoker‘s Novel
Pages: 24–38
The Bog Gothic
Bram Stoker‘s ‘Carpet of Death’ and Ireland‘s Horrible Beauty
Pages: 39–54
Italian Rural Gothic
The Powers of Were-Goats in Tommaso Landolfi‘s La pietra lunare (The Moonstone)
Pages: 55–69
‘Lorrida magnificenza del luogo’
Gothic Aesthetics in Antonio Fogazzaro‘s Malombra
Pages: 85–97
An Already Alienated Animality
Frankenstein as a Gothic Narrative of Carnivorism
Pages: 98–110
Between Darwin and San Francesco
Zoographic Ambivalences in Mantegazza, Ouida, and Vernon Lee
Pages: 111–127
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