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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 'A Shocking Bad Book to Be Sure, Sir' : The Gothic as Counter-Discursive Strategy in Margaret Atwood's and Kate Grenville's Fiction
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    y separately published work icon Peripheral Fear : Transformations of the Gothic in Canadian and Australian Fiction Gerry Turcotte , Brussels : Peter Lang , 2009 Z1637442 2009 multi chapter work criticism

    Publisher's blurb: 'This is a pioneering work published for the first time in its complete form. At a time when Gothic studies still concentrated on traditional European and American Gothic, the author laid the foundation for the exploration of how Gothic conventions were transported and transformed in places remote from Europe.

    Through a detailed reading of 19th- and 20th-century examples of Canadian and Australian Gothic fiction, this work demonstrates the transformative potential of a once much-maligned mode in what were arguably neglected national literatures.'

    Brussels : Peter Lang , 2009
    pg. 203-231
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203-231 'A Shocking Bad Book to Be Sure, Sir' : The Gothic as Counter-Discursive Strategy in Margaret Atwood's and Kate Grenville's Fictionsmall AustLit logo
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