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The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction

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Hogle; 2. The genesis of 'Gothic' fiction E. J. Clery; 3. The s: the effulgence of the Gothic Robert Miles; 4. The continental Gothic Terry Hale; 5. Gothic fictions and Romantic writing in Britain Michael Gamer; 6. The Scottish and Irish Gothic .The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction by Jerrold E.

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