Gothic Modernisms

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Index
Note: Titles of literary works and films are indexed under the names of authors and directors. ‘n’ after a page reference refers to a note on that page.
abjection, 79, 81, 82–3
Achebe, Chinua, 33
Adorno, Theodor, 88
Aldington, Richard, 11
Anderson, Margaret, 102
Archer, William, 111
Astruc, Alexandre, 211
Aubrey, Frank, 133
King of the Dead: a Weird Romance, 133
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 170
Baldick, Chris, 115
Banta, Martha, 59n
Barnacle, Nora, 111–12
Barnes, Djuna, 3, 7, 78–110, 136
Book, The, 95–6
‘Doughboy, The’, 96–7, 102, 108
Dove, The, 89
‘Flowering Corpse, The’, 97–100
Ladies Almanack, 102
‘Lullaby’, 100
Nightwood, 78–94, 95, 102–4, 107–8, 136
Ryder, 95, 101
‘She Passed This Way’, 98–100
‘Six Songs of Khalidine’, 96, 97–100
‘Vagaries Malicieux’, 105
‘Walking Mort, The’, 105–7
Barnes, Wald, 101, 102
Barney, Natalie, 102, 104, 105
Batchen, Geoffrey, 214
Baudelaire, Charles, 3, 86–8, 112
Bauhaus, 193
Beckett, Samuel, 8, 83, 113, 124–6
Murphy, 8, 113, 124–6
Beer, Gillian, 77n, 134
Bell, Clive, 167
Art, 167
Benjamin, Walter, 87–8, 203–4n
Benstock, Bernard, 118
Benstock, Shari, 86
Bergson, Henri, 173, 193
Berkeley, Busby, 194
Berman, Marshall, 4–5, 20, 31
Bhabha, Homi, 40
Bigelow, Josephine Roche, 102
Birkhead, Edith, 44
Blair, Hugh, 195
Blake, William, 173
Blanchot, Maurice, 27n
Blavatsky, Madame H., 101
Boll, Theophilus E. M., 51
Boothby, Guy, 142
Pharos the Egyptian, 142
Botting, Fred, 191, 195, 197
Bowen, Elizabeth, 5–6, 15–19
‘All Saints’, 18–19
‘Shadowy Third, The’, 15–17
Braddon, Mary Elizabeth, 96
Brantlinger, Patrick, 33
Brassai, 107
Broe, Mary Lynne, 95
Bronfen, Elizabeth, 98
Brontë, Emily, 50, 54, 56, 64, 66, 70
Wuthering Heights, 50, 54, 56, 64, 66, 70
Brooks, Romaine, 99–100
‘Le Trajet’, 99–100
Brunette, Peter, 207
Buchan, John, 129
Budington, Henry, 101–2
Bulwer Lytton, E., 60n
Bunny, John, 102
Buñuel, Luis, 193, 195
Butler, Judith, 14, 89, 90
Byron, Lord, 97
Capek, Karel, 194
Carlston, Erin G., 80–1

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