- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- Introduction: Angela Carter’s curious rooms
1Intermedial synergy in Angela Carter’s short fiction
2Psychogeography in the curiosity cabinet: Angela Carter’s poetics of space
3Bloody chamber melodies: painting and music in The Bloody Chamber
4Angela Carter’s poetry
5Angela Carter’s objets trouvés in translation: from Baudelaire to Black Venus
6Myths, meat and American Indians: Angela Carter and Claude Lévi-Strauss
7Angela Carter’s ‘rigorous system of disbelief ’: religion, misogyny, myth and the cult
8‘Clothes are our weapons’: dandyism, fashion and subcultural style in Angela Carter’s fiction of the 1960s
9Desire, disgust and dead women: Angela Carter’s re-writing women’s fatal scripts from Poe and Lovecraft
10The ‘art of faking’: performance and puppet theatre in Angela Carter’s Japan
11‘I resented it, it fascinated me’: Carter’s ambivalent cinematic fiction and the problem of proximity
12The rough and the holy: Angela Carter’s marionette theatre
- The Arts of Angela Carter
- Marie Mulvey-Roberts
- Manchester University Press
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