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Women's Authorship and the Early Gothic
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Acknowledgements List of Illustrations List of Contributors Introduction Alternative Genealogies: (Re)tracing the Origins of Women's Gothic in Sophia Lee's The Recess and Mrs. Carver's The Horrors of Oakendale Abbey - Anna Shajirat Gothic before Gothic: Minerva Press Reviews, Gender and the Evolution of Genre - Hannah Doherty Hudson What 'Poor Mrs. Kelly' Saw: Isabella Kelly Reads The Monk - Yael Shapira Mary Robinson's Gothic and the Prison of Gender - Deborah Russell Adopting the 'Orphan': Literary Exchange and Appropriation in Eleanor Sleath's The Orphan of the Rhine - Kathleen Hudson The Fiction of Mary Julia Young: Female Trade Gothic and Romantic Genre-Mixing - Nicky Lloyd Sarah Wilkinson and J. F. Hughes: A Literary Relationship - Franz Potter Negotiating Gothic Nationalisms in Ann Radcliffe's Post-1797 Texts: Gaston de Blondeville and St. Alban's Abbey - Elizabeth Bobbit Regina Maria Roche's The Children of the Abbey: Its Literary Life and Afterlife - Christina Morin Self-haunted Heroines: Remapping the generic "I" back into Romantic subjectivities - Elizabeth Neiman Bibliography

About the Author

Kathleen Hudson is an Adjunct Professor of English Literature at Anne Arundel Community College, and is the author of Servants and the Gothic, 1764-1831: A half-told tale.

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