- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- 1 Matriarchal picture identification in first-wave British Gothic fiction<sup>1</sup>
- 2 ‘Those most intimately concerned’: the strength of chosen family in Elizabeth Gaskell's Gothic short fiction
- 3 The madwoman in the attic of Labuwangi: Couperus and colonial Gothic
- 4 Seed from the east, seed from the west, which one will turn out best? The demonic adoptee in <i>The Bad Seed</i> (1954)
- 5 ‘Children misbehaving in the walls!’ or, Wes Craven's suburban family values<sup>1</sup>
- 6 Fathers, friends, and families: Gothic kinship in Stephen King's <i>Pet Sematary</i>
- 7 Sisterhood is monstrous: Gothic imagery in Dutch feminist fiction
- 8 The political uncanny of the family: Patricia Duncker's <i>The Deadly Space Between</i> and The Civil Partnership Act
- 9 Violent households: the family destabilized in <i>The Monk</i> (1796), <i>Zofloya, or the Moor</i> (1818), and <i>Her Fearful Symmetry</i> (2009)
- 10 ‘As much a family as anyone could be, anywhere ever’: revisioning the family in Poppy Z. Brite's <i>Lost Souls</i>
- 11 Gothic half-bloods: maternal kinship in Rowling's Harry Potter series<sup>1</sup>
- 12 ‘They fuck you up’ – revaluations of the family in contemporary British horror film: Steven Sheil's <i>Mum & Dad</i>
- Gothic kinship
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