Maria Holmgren Troy, Johan Höglund, Yvonne Leffler and Sofia Wijkmark
Fear (New York: Rodopi 2010), pp. 43–53; Y. Leffler, ‘The Devious Landscape of Scandinavian Horror’, in Mehtonen, Gothic Topographies: Language, Nation Building and ‘Race’ , pp. 141–52; Y. Leffler, ‘Female Gothic Monsters’, in The History of Nordic Women's Literature (2016), http://nordicwomensliterature.net/article/female-gothic-monsters Accessed 25 January 2019; and Y. Leffler, ‘Scandinavian Gothic’, in W. Hughes, D. Punter and A. Smith (eds), The Encyclopedia of the Gothic (Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012
(eds), The Encyclopedia of the Gothic (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012), www.literatureencyclopedia.com ; Y. Leffler, ‘The Devious Landscape in Scandinavian Horror’, in P. M. Mehtonen and M. Savolainen (eds), Gothic Topographies: Language, Nation Building and ‘Race ’ (Surrey, England and Burlington, USA: Ashgate, 2013), pp. 141–52; Y. Leffler, ‘Female Gothic Monsters’, in The History of Nordic Women's Literature,
http://nordicwomensliterature.net/article/female-gothic-monsters , Publ. 1 December 2016. About the specific Swedish tradition
The cartographic consciousness of Irish gothic fiction
, Gothic Ireland , pp. 182–90. Diane Long Hoeveler contested such views, querying attempts to read a Catholic agenda in The children of the abbey and, indeed, in female gothic as a whole; ‘Regina Maria Roche's The children of the abbey : contesting the Catholic presence in female gothic fiction’, Tulsa studies in women's literature , 31.1/2 (2012), 137–58.