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Neo-Gothic: Hybridizations of the Imaginary

Summary
Giovanni Magliocco, Foreword

Neo-Gothic between Theory and Imaginary
Max Duperray, « NEO-GOTHIC » : frontières incertaines d’un concept littéraire [13-24]
Florence Casulli, Macabre Short-Stories by Edgar Allan Poe and Roald Dahl [25-47]
Valentina Sirangelo, Sulla natura lunare di Shub-Niggurath: dalla mythopoeia di Howard Phillips Lovecraft a The Moon-Lens di Ramsey Campbell [48-68]
Patrycja Antoszek, Shirley Jackson’s Affective Gothicism: The Discourse of Melancholia in The Bird’s Nest [69-86]
Barbara Miceli, Pathological Narcissism in a (Neo)Gothic Setting: Joyce Carol Oates’s “Evil Eye” [87-100]
Dana Percec, Gothic Revisitations of Hamlet: Ian McEwan’s Nutshell [101-114]
Rose-Anaïs Weeber, Crimson Peak: Guillermo del Toro’s Visual Tribute to Gothic Literature [115-126]

Hybridizations & Mutations
Laura Pavel, The Gothic-Absurd Hybrid and the Limits of Representation [129-146]
Lucian-Vasile Szabo & Marius-Mircea Crișan, Technological Modifications of the Human Body in Neo-Gothic Literature: Prostheses, Hybridization and Cyborgization in Posthumanism [147-158]
Alessandra Squeo, Hybridizing Textual Bodies and Neo-Gothic Identities: Frankenstein’s Afterlife in Shelley Jackson’s Fiction [159-174]
Mihaela Ursa, Media Pride and Prejudices of Transmedial Traffic: Enacting Jane Austen with Zombies [175-189]
Doru Pop, A Replicant Walks into the Desert of the Real and Tells Unfunny Jokes in the Flickering Lights of Neon-Gothic Fantasy [190-211]
Richard Kidder, Some Examples of the Ecogothic in Contemporary English Language Fiction [212-222]
Carmen Borbély, Post-Gothic Traces in Ian McEwan’s Solar [223-233]

Peripheral Configurations of the Neo-Gothic
Gerry Turcotte, The Caribbean Gothic Down Under: Caribbean Influences in Marianne de Pierres’ Parrish Plessis Novels [237-243]
Ana-Maria Parasca, The Sense of Otherness in Kate’s Morton Novels [244-256]
Gisèle Vanhese, Néo-gothique et imaginaire amérindien dans Le Mutilateur de Julian Mahikan [257-268]
Katarzyna Ancuta, Patterns of Shadows: Japanese Crime Gothic as Neo-Gothic [269-287]
Luisa Valmarin, La poesia di Arturo Graf tra tentazioni gotiche e reminiscenze emineschiane [288-304]
Catherine de Wrangel, Racconto d’autunno de Tommaso Landolfi : du récit gothique à la réflexion philosophico-politique [305-322]
Fabio Camilletti, Melissa, o la realtà dei fantasmi [323-333]
Ruxandra Cesereanu, Leonid Dimov: Spectrality and the Neo-Gothic Atmosphere [334-346]
Corin Braga, Vintilă Ivănceanu: From Oneirism to the Neo-Gothic [347-356]
Marius Popa, Les retours du néo-gothique dans la littérature de Mircea Cărtărescu. Les artifices de l’imaginaire dans Solenoid [357-365]
Giovanni Magliocco, L’errance post-mortem d’une identité fragmentée. Pudră de Dora Pavel entre Néo-Gothique et Postmoderne [366-398]

Book Reviews [399-343]