American Gothic Literature

Individual Authors

General Studies


ABADI, Nagy Zoltan. “Gothic Fiction.” Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies 6 (2000): 145-96. [GGIII: 3345]
ACCETA, Michael Angelo. “Gothic Elements in the Early American Novel: 1775-1825.” Disseratation Abstracts International 14 (1954): 1394 (University of Pittsburgh). [GGI: 1299].
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. "Invasion and Contagion: The Spectacle of the Diseased Indian in Poe's 'the Masque of the Red Death'." Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik.McFarland, 2010. 142-156. 
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. “The Missing Mother: The Meanings of Maternal Absence in the Gothic Mode.“ Modern Language Studies 33:1-2 (2003): 24-43. [GGIV: 0000]
ANOLIK, Ruth Bienstock. Demons of the Body and Mind: Essays on Disability in Gothic Literature. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2010.
ANTHONY, David. "Banking on Emotion: Financial Panic and the Logic of Male Submission in the Jacksonian Gothic." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 76.4 (2004): 719-47. 
ANTHONY, David. “Banking on Emotion: Financial Panic and the Logic of Male Submission in the Jacksonian Gothic.“ American Literature 76 (2004): 719-48.
ANTHONY, M. Susan. “‘Some Deed of Dreadful Note’: Productions of Gothic Dramas in the United States, 1790 to 1830.” Dissertation Abstracts International 58:9 (1998): 3366A (University of Maryland). [GGIII: 3347]
ANTHONY, M. Susan. “Made in America: Adaptations of British Gothic Plays for the American Stage.” Journal of American Drama and Theatre 8:3 (1996): 19-34. [GGIII: 3348]
ATWOOD, Thomas & Wade M. Lee. “The Price of Deviance: Schoolhouse Gothic in Prep School Literature.“ Children's Literature: Annual of the Modern Language Association Division on Children's Literature and the Children's Literature Association 35:1 (2007): 102-126. [GGIV: 0000].
BAILEY, Dale Frederick. “The Haunted House Formula in American Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 59:1 (1998): 168A (University of Tennessee). [GGIII: 3349]
BAILEY, Dale Frederick. American Nightmares: The Haunted House Formula in American Popular Fiction. Bowling Green , OH : Bowling Green University Popular Press, 1999. [GGIII: 3350]
BAKER, Dorothy Z. America's Gothic Fiction: The Legacy of Magnalia Christi Americana. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2007. [GGIV: 0000]
BANTA, Martha. “American Apocalypses Excrement and Ennui.” Studies in the Literary Imagintion 7 (1974): 1-30. [GGI: 1300].
BAUSCHKE, Doreen. "Reviving and Revising Mary Shelley's Haunted Progeny: Haunted Bodies in Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl." Aeternum: The Journal of Contemporary Gothic Studies 1(1): 2014, 55-72.
BENDIXEN, Alfred. "Towards History and Beyond: Hawthorne and the American Short Story." Eds. Alfred Bendixen and James Nagel.Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. 50-67. 
BENNETT, Zachary Z. E. "Killing the Aristocrats: The Mask, the Cask, and Poe's Ethics of S & M." Edgar Allan Poe Review 12.1 (2011): 42-58.
BENTON, Richard P. “The Problems of Literary Gothicism.” Emerson Society Quarterly 17 91972): 5-9. [GGI: 1301].
BETTS, William Jr. “The Faust Tradition in American Literature.” Doctoral Dissertation, Pennsylvania State university, 1954. [GGI: 1302].
BEUTEL, Katherine Piller. “Disembodied and Re-Embodied Voices: The Figure of Echo in American Gothic Texts.” Dissertation Abstracts International 54:9 (1994): 4090A (Ohio State). [GGIII: 3354]
BLACKFORD, Holly. "Haunted Housekeeping: Fatal Attractions of Servant and Mistress in Twentieth-Century Female Gothic Literature." Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory 16.2 (2005): 233-261. 
BLACKFORD, Holly. “Haunted Housekeeping: Fatal Attractions of Servant and Mistress in Twentieth Century Female Gothic Literature.” Literature Interpretation Theory 16 (2005): 233-61. [GGIV: 0000]
BOLTON, K. R. "The Influence of H. P. Lovecraft on Occultism." Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies 9 (2011)
BOTTING, Fred. "Poe's Phantasmagoreality." Edgar Allan Poe Review 11.1 (2010): 9-21.
BOYD, J. Caleb. “Southernness, Not Otherness: The Community of the American South in New Southern Gothic Drama.“ Dissertation Abstracts International 65:7 (2005): 2433 (Florida State University) [GGIV: 0000]
BRADBURY, Malcolm. “American Gothic.” Listener (November 7, 1963): 763. [GGI: 1303].
BROGAN, Kathleen. “American Stories of Cultural Haunting: Tales of Heirs and Ethnographers.” College English 57 (1995): 149-65. [GGIII: 3356]
BRONFEN, Elisabeth. Night Passages: Philosophy, Literature, and Film. Columbia UP, 2013.
BROWN, Herbert Ross. The Sentimental Novel in America, 1789-1860. Durham, NC: Duke UP, 1940; Rpt. New York: Octagon, 1975. [GGI: 1304].
BROWN, Alan. "The Gothic Movement." Ed. Kevin J. Hayes.Cambridge UP, 2013. 241-250.
BULAND, Mable. “Development of the Gothic novel in America.” Master’s Thesis, University of Washington, 1908. [GGIII: 3358]
CARBONELL, Ana Maria. “Reconstructing Motherhood: The Female Gothic and Transcultural Strategies in African-American and Chicana Feminist Writings.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 57:10 (1997): 4367A (University of California, Santa Cruz). [GGIII: 3359]
CARRIGAN, Henry L., Jr. "Revealing Faulkner: Religious Fall in the Sound and the Fury." Ed. Jay Ellis.Salem, 2013. 93-111. 
CARRIGAN, Henry Lowell, Jr. "Flannery O'Connor and Harry Crews Get Naked." Ed. Jay Ellis.Salem, 2013. 35-48. 
CARSO, Kerry Dean. “Reading the Gothic: American Art and Architecture in the Age of Romantic Literature, 1800-1850.” Dissertation Abstracts International 62:2 (2001): 364. [GGIII: 3360]
CARSO, Kerry Dean. American Gothic Art and Architecture in the Age of Romantic Literature. Cardiff: U of Wales P, 2014.
CARTWRIGHT, Keith Allen. “Reading Africa into American Literature: Roots, Creole Routes, Garrulous Ghosts.” Dissertation Abstracts International 58:9 (1997): 3522 (Indiana University). [GGIII: 3361]
CARTWRIGHT, Keith Allen. Reading Africa into American Literature: Ethics, Fables, and Gothic Tales. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 2001. [GGIII: 3362]
CASSUTO, Leonard D. “The American Grotesque.” Dissertation Abstracts International 50 (1990): 2486A (Harvard University). [GGII: 0820].
CASTRICANO, Jodey. "Shirley Jackson's the Haunting of Hill House and the Strange Question of Trans-Subjectivity." Gothic Studies7.1 (2005): 87-101. 
CHASSOT, Joanne. "Black Women Re-Visioning American History: The Ghost as Alternative Epistemology in the Works of Toni Morrison, Gloria Naylor, and Michelle Cliff." Eds. Philip Coleman, et al.Universitätsverlag Winter, 2012. 183-195. 
CHIU, Neil. “Uncanny Doubles: Nationalism and Repression in Asian American Literature and African American Literature.” Dissertation Abstracts International 60:6 (1999): 2024 ( University of California, Berkeley). [GGIII: 3364]
COAD, Oral. “Jersey Gothic.” Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society 84 (1966): 89-112. [GGI: 1307].
COAD, Oral. “The Gothic Element in American Literature Before 1835.” Journal of English and Germanic Philology 24 (1925): 72-93. [GGI: 1306].
COLEBROOK, Martyn. "'Comrades in Tentacles': H. P. Lovecraft and China Miéville." Eds. David Simmons and S. T. Joshi.Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 209-226.
COWELL, Pattie. “Class, Gender, and Genre: Deconstructing Social Formulas on the Gothic Frontier.” Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. Eds. David Mogen, Scott P. Saunders, Joanne Karpiniski. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1993. 126-139. [GGII: 0821].
CRAWFORD, Joseph. The Twilight of the Gothic?: Vampire Fiction and the Rise of the Paranormal Romance.  Cardiff: U of Wales P, 2014.
CROW, Charles L.  History of the Gothic: American Gothic. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2009.
CURREN, Erik David. “Bringing Horror Home; The Modern American Gothic.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 56:6 (1995): 2235A (University of California-Irvine). [GGIII: 3368]
CURTRIGHT, Lauren. "Poe Mo: Modernism and the Politics of Gothic Adaptation." Order No. DA3411825 U of Minnesota, 2010.
DAHL, Curtis. “The American School of Catastrophe.” American Quarterly 11 (1959): 380-390. [GGI: 1308].
DANICIC, Mirjana. "On the Borders of Storytelling: Do Unconventional Beginnings Lead to (Un)Conventional Endings?" Eds. Aleksandra Nikcevic Batricevic and Marija Kne?evic.Cambridge Scholars, 2010. 47-58. 
DAVIS, David Brion. Homicide in American Fiction, 1798-1860. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1957. [GGI: 1309].
DAVIS, Mike Lee. “Reading the text that isn’t there: Paranoia in the Nineteenth-Century American Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International 62:11 (2002): 223 (Princeton University). [GGIII: 3371]
DAVIS, Mike Lee. Reading the text that isn't there: Paranoia in the Nineteenth Century American Novel. New York: Routledge, 2005. [GGIV: 0000]
DAWES, James. “Fictional Feeling: Philosophy, Cognitive Science, and the American Gothic.” American Literature 76 (2004): 437-66. [GGIV: 0000]
DECKER, Sharon. "'Anything Dead Coming Back to Life Hurts': The Double Murder of Beloved." Ed. Jay Ellis.Salem, 2013. 243-262. 
DIMAGGIO, Richard S. “The Tradition of the American Gothic Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International 37 91976): 307A (University of Arizona). [GGI: 1310] .
DIMIC, Milan V. “Aspects of American and Canadian Gothicism.” Proceedings of the 7th Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association: Literatures of America: Dependence, Idependence, Interdependence. Stuttgart, Germany: Beiber, 1979. 143-149. [GGI: 1311].
DOCHERTY, Brian. American Horror Fiction: From Brockden Brown to Stephen King. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990.[GGII: 0822].
DYMOND, Erica Joan. "Gothic Heirs: An Examination of Family Dynamics in the Works of Stephen King." Order No. DA3354765 Lehigh U, 2009. 
EDMUNDSON, Mark. “American Gothic.” Civilization: The Magazine of the Library of Congress 3:3 (May /June 1996): 48-55.[GGIII: 3375]
EDMUNDSON, Mark. Nightmare on Main Street : Angels, Sadomasochism, and the Culture of Gothic. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1997.[GGIII: 3376]
EDWARDS, Erica R. Charisma and the Fictions of Black Leadership. U of Minnesota P, 2012. 
EDWARDS, Justin D. "Usher's Afterlives; Or, Textual Travels with Poe." Poe Studies 43 (2010): 100-3.
EDWARDS, Justin D. Gothic Passages: Racial Ambiguity and the American Gothic. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2002.[GGIII: 3377]
EGAN, Kenneth. “Apocalypse Against Progress: Gothic and Pastoral Modes in the American Romance.” Dissertation Abstracts International 45 91985): 2526A-2527A (University of Wisconsin). [GGII: 0823].
ELBERT, Monika. "The Paradox of Catholicism in New England Women's Gothic." Eds. Monika Elbert and Bridget M. Marshall.Ashgate, 2013. 113-136. 
EMMONS, Winfred S. Jr. “The Materials and Methods of American Horror Fiction in the Nineteenth Century.” Doctoral Dissertation. Louisiana State University, 1952. [GGI: 1312].
FIELDLER, Leslie. “Second Thoughts on Love and Death in the American Novel: My First Gothic Novel.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 1 (1967): 1-19. [GGI: 1316].
FIELDLER, Leslie. Love and Death in the American Novel. New York: Criterion, 1960; Rpt. New York: Dell, 1966. [GGI: 1315].
FOLSOM, James K. “Gothicism in the Western Novel.” Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. Eds. David Mogen, Scott P. Sanders, Joanne Karpinski. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1983, 28-41. [GGII: 0824].
FORBES, Erin. "From Prison Cell to Slave Ship: Social Death in 'the Premature Burial'." Poe Studies/Dark Romanticism: History, Theory, Interpretation 46 (2013): 32-58.
FRANK, Frederick S. "George Lippard (1822-1854)." Eds. Douglass H. Thomson, Jack G. Voller, and Frederick S. Frank. Greenwood, 2002. 261-269. 
FRAZIER, David L. "Gothicism in Sanctuary: The Black Pall and the Crap Table." Ed. John N. Duvall.Johns Hopkins UP, 2010. 324-335. 
FRENCH, Lawrence. "California Gothic: The Corman/Haller Collaboration." Ed. Constantine Nasr.UP of Mississippi, 2011. 169-200. 
GIBBONS, Luke. “Ireland, America, and Gothic Memory: Terror in the Early Republic.“ Boundary 31 (2004): 25-47. [GGIV: 0000]
GILLESPIE, Gerald. “Rogues Fools and Satyrs: Ironic Ghosts in American Fiction.” Modern American Fiction: Insights and Foreign Lights. Ed. Wolodymyr T. Zyla and Wendell M. Aycocks. Lubbock, TX: Texas Technological UP, 1972. 89-106. [GGI: 1319].
GODDU, Teresa A. Gothic America : Narrative, History, and Nation. New York: Columbia University Press, 1997. [GGIII: 3385]
GODDU, Teresa A. “The Haunted Text: Form and History in American Gothic.” Dissertation Abstracts International 52 (1992): 3928A (University of Pennsylvania). [GGII: 0825].
GRAFF, Bennett. “Horror in Evolution: Determinism, Materialism, and Darwinism in the American Gothic.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 56:5 (1995): 1777A-78A (City University of New York). [GGIII: 3386]
GREEN, Gary Lee. “The Language of Nightmare: A Theory of American Gothic Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 46 91985): 1279A (University of Oklahoma). [GGII: 0826].
GRIMES, Hilary. The Late Victorian Gothic: Mental Science, the Uncanny, and Scenes of Writing. Ashgate, 2011. 
GRIZELJ, Mario. "In the Maelstrom of Interpretation: Reshaping Terror and Horror between 1798 and 1838-Gleich, Hoffmann, Poe." Eds. Andrew Cusack and Barry Murnane.Camden House, 2012. 105-122. 
GROSS, Louis S. Redefining the American Gothic: From Wieland to the Day of the Dead. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Press, 1989. [GGII: 0828].
GROSS, Louis S. “The Transformed Land: Studies in American Gothic Narrative.” Dissertation Abstracts International 47 91986): 1323A (University of Pennsylvania). [GGII: 0827]
HAGGERTY, George E. "The Americanization of Gothic in Brockden Brown's Wieland." Eds. Toni Bowers and Tita Chico.Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 221-234. 
HAINES, Colin. "Frightened by a Word": Shirley Jackson and Lesbian Gothic. Uppsala University, 2007.
HALL, Cynthia. "'Colossal Vices' and 'Terrible Deformities' in George Lippard's Gothic Nightmare." Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik.McFarland, 2010. 35-46. 
HALTTUNEN, Karen. Murder Most Foul: The Killer and the American Gothic. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UniversityPress, 1998. [GGIII: 3390]
HANRAHAN, Heidi. "'A Series of Mere Household Events': Poe's 'the Black Cat,' Domesticity, and Pet-Keeping in Nineteenth-Century America." Poe Studies 45 (2012): 40-56.
HARDMAN, Marion P. “Terror in American Prose Fiction Prior to 1835.” Doctoral Dissertation. University of Minnesota, 1939. [GGI: 1320] .
HARRIS, Nicholas. "Ghostly Absence and Sexual Presence in James's 'Owen Wingrave' and 'the Jolly Corner'." Ed. Marilyn Brock.McFarland, 2009. 193-206. 
HARTNELL-MOTTRAM, Elaine. "Poe and the Gothic of the Normal: Thinking 'Inside the Box'." Gothic Studies 12.2 (2010): 42-52.
HAWLEY, Rachel S. "Vile Humor: Giving Voice to the Voiceless through Dark Comedy in Southern Gothic Literature." Order No. DA3460309 Southern Illinois U, Carbondale, 2011. 
HAYES, Kevin J. "Retzsch's Outlines and Poe's the Man of the Crowd." Gothic Studies 12.2 (2010): 29-41. 
HEKANAHO, Pia Livia. "A Stranger in a Silent City: Gothic Motifs Embracing Queer Textuality in Alan Hollinghurst's the Folding Star." Eds. P. M. Mehtonen and Matti Savolainen.Ashgate, 2013. 57-70. 
HELLER, Terry. The Delights of Terror: An Æsthetics of the Tale of Terror. Urbana, IL: Illinois UP, 1987. [GGII: 0829].
HILLARD, Thomas J. "Dark Nature: The Gothic Tradition of American Nature Writing." Dissertation Abstracts International 67:10 (2007): 3820 (University of Arizona). [GGIV: 0000].
HOLLAND-TOLL, Linda, and Angela R. Mullis. "(En)Lightening the Dark Vision: Redemption through Storytelling in Toni Morrison's Beloved." Ed. Gina Wisker.Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 102-120. 
HOLZWARTH, Elsie G. "American Gothic: Edgar Allan Poe in the Shadows of Northanger Abbey." Persuasions: The Jane Austen Journal On-Line 31.1 (2010)
HWANG, Eunju. "'Writing is the Way Out': Shirley Jackson's Domestic Stories and we have always Lived in the Castle." Feminist Studies in English Literature 17.2 (2009): 103-129. 
IDIART, Jeannette and Jennifer Schulz, “American Gothic Landscapes: The New World to Vietnam.” (pp. 127-139). In Spectral Readings : Towards a Gothic Geography, eds. Glennis Byron and David Punter. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999. [GGIII: 3393]
INGEBRETSEN, Edward J. Maps of Heaven, Maps of Hell: Religious Terror as Memory from the Puritans to Stephen King. Armonk, NY and London : M.E. Sharpe, 1996 . [GGIII: 3394]
ITOH, Shoko. "Gothic Windows in Poe's Narrative Space." Ed. Barbara Cantalupo.Lehigh UP, 2012. 127-138. 
JACKSON, Chuck. "American Emergencies: Whiteness, the National Guard, and Light in August." Ed. Jay Watson.UP of Mississippi, 2011. 189-205.
JENKINS, Jennifer Lee. “Failed Mothers and Fallen Houses: Gothic Domesticity in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 54 91993): 1265A (University of Arizona). [GGII: 0830] .
JONES, Timothy. "The Canniness of the Gothic: Genre as Practice." Gothic Studies 11.1 (2009): 124-133.
JONES, Timothy. The Gothic and the Carnivalesque in American Culture. Cardiff: U of Wales P, 2015.
KAMINER, Wendy. “American Gothic.“ American Prospect 11:26 (2000): 38-39. [GGIV: 0000]
KARPINSKI, Joanne B. “The Gothic Underpinnings of Realism in the Local Colorists’ No Man’s Land.” In Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. Eds. David Mogen, Scott P. Sanders, Joanne Karpinski. Rutherford, NJ: Firleigh Dickinson UP, 1993. 140-155. [GGII: 0832]
KATRATKIS, Maria. “Gothic Patterns in American Short Fiction of the Nineteenth Century.” Dissertation Abstracts International 50 (1990): 2896A (University of South South Africa). [GGII: 0833].
KERR, Howard, John W. CROWLEY and Charles L. CROW. The Haunted Dusk: American Supernatural Fiction, 1820-1920. Athens, GA: Georgia UP, 1983. [GGII: 0834].
KING, Stephen. Danse Macabre. New York: Everett House, 1981. [GGII: 0835].
KLIS, Agnieszka. "From the Outside to the Inside and the Other Way Round: The Space of Contemporary Gothic Cities." Eds. Andrzej Ciuk and Katarzyna Molek-Kozakowska.Cambridge Scholars, 2010. 378-386.
KNIRSCH, Christian. "Transcultural Gothic: Isaac Mitchell's Alonzo and Melissa as an Early Example of Popular Culture." Eds. Monika Elbert and Bridget M. Marshall.Ashgate, 2013. 35-47.
KRAMER, .Michael P. “Voices: An American Gothic Tale; or, My Life with Jewish Literature.” Maggid: A Journal of Jewish Literature 1 (2005): 5-16. [GGIV: 0000]
KUHLEMANN Cárdenez, Alma, B. "On the Darker Side of 'Paradise': Reading Gender Roles in Marcela Serrano's Hasta Siempre, Mujercitas through the Lenses of Domestic and Gothic Fiction." Chasqui: Revista de Literatura Latinoamericana 40.1 (2011): 141-156. 
LACOMBE, Alain. Le Roman noir americain. Paris: Union Generale d'Edition, 1975. [GGII: 0836].
LAMPERT-WEISSIG, Lisa. "Mormon Female Gothic: Blood, Birth, and the Twilight Saga." Journal of Dracula Studies 13 (2011): 55-81.
LAURIC, Guillaud. La Terreur et le sacrée: La Nuit gothique américaine. Paris: Michel Houdiard. 2003. [GGIV: 0000]
LEE, A. R. Gothic to Multicultural: Idioms of Imagining in American Literary Fiction. Rodopi, 2009. 
LEWIS, Hanna B. “The Catalytic Child Hero in the Contemporary Gothic Novel.” The Hero in Transition. Eds. Ray B. Browne, Marshal W. Fishwick. Bowling Gree, OH: Bowling Green Popular Press, 1983. 151-162. [GGII: 1439].
LIENARD-YETARIAN, Marie. “On the Gothic.” Nouvelles de Sud: Hearing Voices, Reading Stories. Eds. Marie Liénard-Yetarian, Gérald Préher. Paris: École Polytechnic, 2007. 69-72. [GGIV: 0000]
LIENARD-YETARIAN, Marie. “The Gothic ‘Through the Pale Door’: Guidelines for Study." Nouvelles de Sud: Hearing Voices, Reading Stories, eds. Marie Liénard-Yetarian, Gérald Préher. Paris: École Polytechnic, 2007. 73-78. [GGIV: 0000]
LIGGINS, Saundra K. “Authoring the Gothic: The Gothic Tradition of African-American Literature.“ Dissertation Abstracts International 64:7 (2004): 2492 (University of California, San Diego). [GGIV: 000]
LIMA, Maria Antónia. "Poe and Gothic Creativity." Edgar Allan Poe Review 11.1 (2010): 22-30.
LLOYD-SMITH, Alan Gardner. “American Gothic.” The Handbook to Gothic Literature, ed. Marie Mulvey-Roberts. New York : New York University Press, 1998. 2-10. [GGIII: 3403]
LLOYD-SMITH, Alan Gardner. “Nineteenth-Century American Gothic.” A Companion to the Gothic, ed. David Punter. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2000. 109-121. [GGIII: 3404]
LLOYD-SMITH, Alan Gardner. American Gothic Fiction: An Introduction. New York & London: Continuum, 2004. [GGIV; 000].
LLOYD-SMITH, Alan Gardner. Uncanny American Fiction, Medusa’s Face. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1989. [GGII: 0837]
LOFTIS, Sonya Freeman. "Death, Horror, and Darkness: O'Connor's Gothic Novel on Screen." Ed. John J. Han.Rodopi, 2011. 389-404, 435. 
LOPES, Elisabete. "Unburying the Wife: A Reflection upon the Female Uncanny in Poe's 'Ligeia'." Edgar Allan Poe Review 11.1 (2010): 40-50. 
LÓPEZ Ramírez, Manuela. "Dark and Fair Ladies in Hawthorne's Fiction." Futhark: Revista de Investigación y Cultura 2 (2008): 213-61.
LOPEZ, Robert Oscar. "The Orientalization of John Winthrop in the City in the Sea." Gothic Studies 12.2 (2010): 70-83.
LOSHIE, Lillie Deming. “The Gothic and the Revolutionary.” The Early American Novel. New York": Colombia UP (Columbia University Studies in English and Comparative literature), 1907; Rpt. New york: Frederick Ungar, 1966. [GGI: 1323] .
LUNDIE, Catherine Ann. “To Be Haunted; Ghost Stories by Post-Romantic American Women Writers.” Dissertation Abstracts International, 57:8 (1997): 3495A (University of Toronto). [GGIII: 3406]
LUTZ, Deborah. “The Haunted Space of the Mind: The Revival of the Gothic Romance in the Twenty-First Century." Empowerment Versus Oppression: Twenty-First Century Reviews of Popular Romance Novels. Ed. Sally Goade. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars, 2007. 81-92. [GGIV: 0000]
MABURA, Lily. "Breaking Gods: An African Postcolonial Gothic Reading of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Purple Hibiscus and Half of a Yellow Sun." Research in African Literatures 39.1 (2008): 203-22.
MAGISTRALE, Tony and Michael A. MORRISON, eds. Introduction. A Dark Night’s Dreaming: Contemporary American Horror Fiction. Eds. Tony Magistrale and Michael A. Morrison. Columbia, SC : University of South Carolina Press, 1996. 1-8. [GGIII: 3407]
MALIN, Irving. “American Gothic Images.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 6 (1973): 145-171. [GGI: 1325]
MALIN, Irving. New American Gothic. Preface by Harry T. Moore. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 1962. [GGI: 1324].
MARSHALL, Bridget M. The Transatlantic Gothic Novel and the Law, 1790-1860. Ashgate, 2011. 
MARTIN, Robert K. and Eric SAVOY, eds. American Gothic: New Interventions in a National Narrative. Iowa City: Iowa University Press, 1998. [GGIII: 3410]
MATTIS, Ann. "Gothic Interiority and Servants in Wharton's A Backward Glance and 'the Lady's Maid's Bell'." Twentieth Century Literature 58.2 (2012): 213-237. 
MAUTNER Wasserman, Renata,R. "Gothic Roots: Brockden Brown's Wieland, American Identity, and American Literature." Ilha do Desterro: A Journal of Language and Literature 62 (2012): 197-218. 
MCGREGORY, Jerrilyn. "Spatialized Ontologies: Toni Morrison's Science Fiction Traces in Gothic Spaces." Eds. Sara Wasson, Emily Alder, and Adam Roberts.Liverpool UP, 2011. 149-167. 
MCGUIRE, Ann, and David Buchbinder. "The Forensic Gothic: Knowledge, the Supernatural, and the Psychic Detective." Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue Canadienne d'Etudes Américaines 40.3 (2010): 289-307.
MCINTYRE, Rebecca C. “Promoting the Gothic South.” Southern Cultures 11:2 (2005): 33-61. [GGIV: 0000]
MCLEAN Clara Denison. American Fiction and the Metaphysics of the Grotesque. Columbia, MO: Missouri University Press, 1990. [GGIII: 3412]
MCLEAN, Clara Denison. “Improper Realizations: Gothic Materiality in American Texts.” Dissertation Abstracts International 61:11 (2001): 4389 (University of California, Irvine). [GGIII: 3411]
MICHASIW, Kim Ian. “Some Stations of Suburban Gothic” (pp. 237-57). The American Gothic: New Interventions in a National Narrative, eds. R.K. Martin and Eric Savoy. Iowa City: University Iowa Press, 1998. [GGIII: 3414]
MICHAUD, Marilyn.  Republicanism and the American Gothic.  Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2010.  
MILLS, Jerry Leath. “Equine Gothic: the Dead Mule as Generic Signifier in Southern Literature of the Twentieth Century.” Southern Literary Journal 29 (1997): 2-17. [GGIII: 3415]
MOGEN, David. “Frontier Myth and American Gothic.” Genre 14 (1981): 329-346. [GGI: 1326]
MOGEN, David. “Wilderness, Metamorphosis, and Millennium: Gothic Apocalypse from the Puritans to the cyberpunks.” Frontier Gothic: Terror and Wonder at the Frontier in American Literature. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 1993. 94-108. [GGII: 0840].
MONNET, Agnieszka Soltysik. "Transnational War Gothic from the American Civil War to World War I." Eds. Monika Elbert and Bridget M. Marshall.Ashgate, 2013. 173-185. 
MONNET, Agnieszka Soltysik. The Poetics and Politics of the American Gothic: Gender and Slavery in Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Farnham, England: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
MONNET, Agnieszka Soltysik. The Poetics and Politics of the American Gothic: Gender and Slavery in Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Ashgate, 2010.
MONTGOMERY, Travis. "Poe's Oriental Gothic: Metzengerstein (1832), the Visionary (1834), Berenice (1835), the Imagination and Authorship's Perils." Gothic Studies 12.2 (2010): 4-28
MOORE, Michelle E. “Nothing More than Murder: Violent Representation in American Narrative and Film.” Dissertation Abstracts International 62:3 (2001): 1021 (SUNY at Binghamton). [GGIII: 3418]
MORGENSTERN, Naomi Elizabeth. “Gothic Rehearsals: Traumatic Origins and Spectral Returns in Twentieth-Century American Fiction.” Dissertation Abstracts International 57:6 (1996): 2480A (Cornell University). [GGIII: 3419]
MORTON, Leith. The Alien within: Representations of the Exotic in Twentieth-Century Japanese Literature. Honolulu:  U of Hawaii P, 2009.
MULVEY-Roberts, Marie. The Handbook of the Gothic. New York UP, 2009.
MURILLO, Cynthia. "The Spirit of Rebellion: The Transformative Power of the Ghostly Double in Gilman, Spofford, and Wharton."Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 42.7 (2013): 755-781. 
MURPHY, Bernice M. "'I Am God': The Domineering Patriarch in Shirley Jackson's Gothic Fiction." Ed. Ruth Bienstock Anolik.McFarland, 2007. 135-148.
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