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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 The Scary Tale Looks for a Family : Gary Crew's 'Gothic Hospital' and Sonya Hartnett's 'The Devil's Latch'
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    y separately published work icon The Gothic in Children's Literature : Haunting the Borders Anna Jackson (editor), Karen Coats (editor), Roderick McGillis (editor), New York (City) London : Routledge Taylor & Francis Group , 2008 Z1536467 2008 anthology criticism 'While the Gothic genre has received much critical attention, and the popularity of Gothic narratives at the turn of the millennium has been analyzed in studies such as Mark Edmundson's Nightmare on Main Street, The Gothic in Children's Literature is the first book-length study on the Gothic as a mode within the genre of children's literature.' -- Book jacket New York (City) London : Routledge Taylor & Francis Group , 2008 pg. 131-143
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131-143 The Scary Tale Looks for a Family : Gary Crew's 'Gothic Hospital' and Sonya Hartnett's 'The Devil's Latch'small AustLit logo
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