Index
Arata, Stephen D., 9, 116
Austen, Jane, 151
Baddeley, Gavin, 203
Barker, Clive, 199
‘Son of Celluloid’, 141
Weaveworld, 141
Barrett, Lindon, 64–5, 67
Baudelaire, Charles
‘Au Lecteur’, 152–3
Benson, E. F., 127–30
‘Caterpillars’, 128
‘Expiation’, 128–9
‘How Fear Departed from the Long Gallery’, 127–8
‘Mr Tilly’s Séance’, 127
‘The Face’, 132
‘The Room in the Tower’, 128–9
see also the Ghost-Story
Bewick, Thomas, 77, 82
Birkhead, Edith, 5
Blackwood, Algernon, 125, 127
‘The Empty House’, 126
‘The Wendigo’, 126
‘The Willows’, 125–6
see also the Ghost-Story
Bloom, Allan
The Closing of the American Mind, 149–54
Bloom, Clive, 123
Bonaparte, Marie, 6, 15, 61
Botting, Fred, 24n, 139
Briggs, Julia, 123
Brontë, Charlotte
Jane Eyre, 75–82, 92, 102, 145
Brontë, Emily
Wuthering Heights, 68–72, 76, 130
Brown, Charles Brockden, 34, 41–2
Memoirs of Carwin the Biloquist, 38–41
Wieland, 34–8, 39–41, 44, 63, 149
Burke, Edmund, 2
A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origins of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful, 10–13, 14, 26, 27, 44–5, 46, 88
see also the Sublime
Byatt, A. S.
Possession, 170
Byron, Glennis, 177, 182

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