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Chris Bundock and Elizabeth Effinger

psychology, identity, history, sexuality, feeling, and embodied aesthetics that has occupied Gothic studies in recent decades. Contributors also frequently focus on Blake's images – a move that, in turn, may contribute to and spur more action on this front in Gothic studies as a field. While the chapters do consider a wide range of Blake's oeuvre , the collection is, admittedly, non-comprehensive. Indeed, as readers will notice, there are several

in William Blake's Gothic imagination