A New Companion to The Gothic. Front Cover. David Punter. John Wiley & Sons, Feb 20, – Literary Criticism – pages. Buy A Companion to the Gothic (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture ) New Ed by David Punter (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. A Companion to the Gothic has 48 ratings and 6 reviews. Bill said: He took up a little, very neatly constructed pocket telescope, and looked through the.
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A New Companion to The Gothic
From this generous viewpoint, which makes its case not through recent theory but through the abundantly contested site of its eighteenth- and nineteenth-century context Hurd, Blair, Young, Sade, Matthias and otherswe find that, on the one hand, the Gothic was read as 1 middle-class opposition to the “Oriental,” an index for aristocratic abuse and decadence; 2 an evocation of chivalric ideals and a native past against the godless Jacobins; and 3 a figuring forth of the sublime that will be appropriated and elevated into high culture by the Romantic poets.
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Many of the original essays have been revised to reflect current debates Offers comprehensive coverage of criticism of the Gothic and of the various theoretical approaches it has inspired and spawned Features important and original essays by leading scholars in the field The editor is widely recognized as the founder of modern criticism of the Gothic.
Wagga Wagga Campus Library. His publications include The Literature of Terror: Assumes familiarity with British theater and political history in the decades before and after Napoleon that I expect few readers will have.
Haunting is very much the theme of Punter’s very deconstructive but strangely lyrical essay, in which Gothic poetry appears as a kind of elegiac trope for all attempts to make meaning of things: An Introduction Gina Wisker Limited preview – Heterotopia, History, Culture” begins the first section of the Companion”Gothic Backgrounds,” but in many ways provides a more effective overview of the volume than Punter’s “Introduction” does.
Rachel rated it liked it Feb 02, Login to add to list. The concept of the “artisan Gothic” is intriguing but not elaborated: He has written extensively on Gothic, romantic, and modern literature, literary theory, and psychoanalysis, as well as producing four volumes of poetry.
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We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Each essay is written by a leading scholar in the field. Mark Carter rated it liked it Oct 26, companiln This new edition now contains twelve brand new githic six ofthese constitute an additional part on “The Globalization ofGothic,” which provides an invaluable reflection on thedirection Gothic criticism has taken over the last decade.
He has written extensively on Gothic, romantic, and modern literature, literary theory, and psychoanalysis, as well as producing four volumes of poetry.
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Psychoanalysis and literature — English-speaking countries. His publications include The Literature of Terror: Then set up a personal list of libraries from your profile page by clicking on your user name daviv the top right of any screen. Description The thoroughly expanded and updated New Companion to the Gothic, provides a series of stimulating insights into Gothic writing, its history and genealogy.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Is it rather a set of effects of which we might become conscious during and after – or in some cases before – an act of reading?
The early Gothic revival offered counterfeits of older forms and beliefs associated with pjnter and Catholicism. Liverpool University Press, Brite – no Stephen King, a significant omission. European Gothic Neil Cornwell. Gothic and psychiatry developed due to the same historic imperatives – the need to “abject” undesirable elements of self unto the Other or the unconscious.
Unlike most other essayists, the authors attempt to outline their conception of “Gothic”: Courses dealing wholly or partly withGothic writing are now standard in English and cultural studiesdepartments across the world.
Tags What are tags? The University of Melbourne. Table of contents Introduction: Some of the essays provide support for Baldick’s and Mighall’s revisionist view of the Gothic as an essentially Enlightenment phenomena in the service of individual liberties, set against such familiar agents of repression as aristocratic decadence, medieval Catholicism, and superstitious-laden versions of chivalry and inherited rights.
Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. A Companion to the Gothic. Gothic and the Madness of Interpretation. The career of Punter perhaps to use his favorite word best represents the movement from traditional to deeply dvaid accounts of the Gothic, as he has proceeded from the tentative historical and conceptual framework of his still seminal The Literature of Terror to readings complexly grounded in deconstructive poetics see among many recent examples his entry on “Terror” in Mulvey-Roberts’ The Handbook to Gothic Literature .
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