UPDATED January 30, 2017

 

Goblin Market by Christina Rossetti:

Goblin Market

 

Queer Theory:

  1. Michel Foucault:

Foucault-We-Other-Victorians

2. From The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory:

JHGuide-Queer-Theory

3. From Purdue OWL:  http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/722/12/

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GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gothic_Revival_architecture

Gothic Slides¬†(Retrieved from Matt Coleman’s Architecture Class:¬†http://www.slideshare.net/colemanma/avi3m-class-architectural-tile-handouts?from_action=save)

Slide 1: Gothic-archit-1

Slide 2: Gothic-Archit-2

Chicago Gothic Revival: http://www.architecture.org/architecture-chicago/visual-dictionary/entry/gothic-revival/

New York Gothic Revival: http://nyc-architecture.com/STYLES/STY-GothicRevival.htm

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Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher”:

http://poestories.com/print/houseofusher

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Homesickness Handout:

Scanlan-Definition-Homesickness-2015

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Vidler’s The Architectural Uncanny:

Anthony-Vidler-The-Architectural-Uncanny2015

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Graphic Novel/Comics

Edward Gorey, The Iron Tonic, 1969

Gorey-The-Iron-Tonic_f2011

Sarah Nelson: Vampire Phantasm and Daniel

http://www.vermillionworks.com/vp/?p=125

Bobby Crosby and Chris Crosby, Illustrated by Owen Gieni: Last Blood

http://lastblood.keenspot.com/

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Freud’s “The Uncanny”

Sigmund Freud-The Uncanny

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Here is the handout on Royle’s version of The Uncanny:

Royle_TheUncanny_intro

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Prof. Scanlan’s handout on Ethics: Ethics Primer–Gothic Literature

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Here is the handout on Todorov’s the fantastic:

The Fantastic\_Todorov_gothicLiterature:

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Gothic Examples: Ann Radcliffe and Mary Shelley

Radcliffe_and_Shelley_Examples

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Preface to Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto:

http://etc.usf.edu/lit2go/155/the-castle-of-otranto/2728/preface-to-the-first-edition/

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“Approaching the Gothic Tradition” by David Stevens; from the book The Gothic Tradition (2000)

David Stevens-Gothic Tradition

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Poe’s “The Black Cat”:

blackCat-8

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“Chapter One: What is American Gothic?” by Alan Lloyd-Smith; from the book American Gothic: An Introduction (2004)

Lloyd-Smith Gothic Introduction


 

New: About Jackson’s “The Lottery”:

http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/the-lottery-letters

 

Shirley Jackson’s “The Lottery,” first published in The New Yorker on June 26, 1948:

TheLottery-Shirley Jackson

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