Objects of terror transformed: Victorian realism and the gothic

Willis, M. 2012. Objects of terror transformed: Victorian realism and the gothic. in: Smith, A. and Hughes, W. (ed.) The Victorian gothic: an Edinburgh companion Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press. pp. 15-28

Chapter titleObjects of terror transformed: Victorian realism and the gothic
AuthorsWillis, M.
EditorsSmith, A. and Hughes, W.
Book titleThe Victorian gothic: an Edinburgh companion
Page range15-28
Year2012
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
Publication dates
Published2012
Place of publicationEdinburgh
ISBN9780748642496

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