Vol. 32 Nbr. 2, December 2005
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- "A good horror has its place in art": Hardy's gothic strategy in Tess of the d'Urbervilles.
- Mrs. Darling's Scream: the Rites of Persephone in Peter and Wendy and Wuthering Heights.
- Dying brides: anti-Catholicism and the gothic demonization of fertility.
- Matthew Lewis and the gothic horror of obsessional neurosis.
- "Wondrous material to play on": Children as sites of Gothic liminality in The Turn of the Screw, the innocents, and the others.
- The Gothic.
- Approaches to Teaching Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions.
- The Horror Film.
- Horror Film and Psychoanalysis: Freud's Worst Nightmare.