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Emily Dickinsons Gothic: Goblin with a Gauge (Applied Social Research Methods) By University of Iowa Press (31 August 1996)

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Emily Dickinsons Gothic: Goblin with a Gauge (Applied Social Research Methods) By University of Iowa Press (31 August 1996)

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Binding :   Paper Back
Language :   English
Emily Dickinsons Gothic, the first full length study of Dickinson as a primarily gothic writer, is based upon a recognition of womens gothicism. Daneen Wardrop develops first a definition of the female gothic by reading Helene Cixous reading Freud reading E. T. A. Hoffmann on the uncanny. The result is a language based model for the gothic that exposes some of Dickinsons most encrypted figurations and coerced language, which she used to subvert cultural norms.Emily Dickinsons Gothic also addresses sociohistorical concerns, from hallowed gothic conventions dating from Horace Walpoles eighteenth century to such modernist neogothic topics as rape, the void, and disjunctive language that appear in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Wardrop recognizes the full extent to which the gothic pervades Dickinsons canon and the means by which that gothic determines her aesthetic. Such full consideration of womens gothicism allows the placement of Dickinson within a literary context, both in terms of American writers and in terms of women writers.

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