Gothic Masculinity: Effeminacy and the Supernatural in English and German Romanticism

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The Bucknell Studies in Eighteenth-Century
Literature and Culture

General Editor: Greg Clingham, Bucknell University

Advisory Board: Paul K. Alkon, University of Southern California Chloe Chard, Independent Scholar Clement Hawes, The Pennsylvania State University Robert Markley, West Virginia University Jessica Munns, University of Denver Cedric D. Reverand II, University of Wyoming Janet Todd, University of Glasgow

The Bucknell Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture aims to publish challenging, new eighteenth-century scholarship. Of particular interest is critical, historical, and interdisciplinary work that is interestingly and intelligently theorized, and that broadens and refines the conception of the field. At the same time, the series remains open to all theoretical perspectives and different kinds of scholarship. While the focus of the series is the literature, history, arts, and culture (including art, architecture, music, travel, and history of science, medicine, and law) of the long eighteenth century in Britain and Europe, the series is also interested in scholarship that establishes relationships with other geographies, literatures, and cultures of the period 1660–1830.

Titles in This Series

Regina Hewitt and Pat Rogers, eds., Orthodoxy and Heresy in Eighteenth-Century Society

Edward Jacobs, Accidental Migrations: An Archaeology of Gothic Discourse

Catherine Jones, Literary Memory: Scott's Waverley Novels and the Psychology of Narrative

Ellen Brinks, Gothic Masculinity: Effeminacy and the Supernatural in English and German Romanticism

Tanya Caldwell, Time to Begin Anew: Dryden's Georgics and Aeneis

Mita Choudhury, Interculturalism and Resistance in the London Theatre, 1660–1800: Identity, Performance, Empire

James Cruise, Governing Consumption: Needs and Wants, Suspended Characters, and the “Origins” of Eighteenth-Century English Novels

Ziad Elmarsafy, Freedom, Slavery, and Absolutism: Corneille, Pascale, Racine

Sarah Jordan, The Anxieties of Idleness: Idleness in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture

Deborah Kennedy, Helen Maria Williams and the Age of Revolution

Chris Mounsey, Christopher Smart: Clown of God

Chris Mounsey, ed., Presenting Gender: Changing Sex in Early Modern Culture

Roland Racesvkis, Time and Ways of Knowing Under Louis XIV: Molie'r, Sevigne, Lafayette

Laura Rosenthal and Mita Choudhury, eds., Monstrous Dreams of Reason

Katherine West Scheil, The Taste of the Town: Shakespearian Comedy and Early Eighteenth-Century Theater

Philip Smallwood, ed., Johnson Re-Visioned: Looking Before and After

Peter Walmsley, Locke's Essay and the Rhetoric of Science

Lisa Wood, Modes of Discipline: Women, Conservatism, and the Novel after the French Revolution

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Table of contents

  • The Bucknell Studies in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture 2
  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Acknowledgments 7
  • Introduction 11
  • 1: Hegel Possessed 24
  • 2: The Male Romantic Poet as Gothic Subject 49
  • 3: Sharing Gothic Secrets 68
  • 4: “This Dream It Would Not Pass Away” 91
  • 5: The Gothic Romance of Sigmund Freud and Wilhelm Fliess 113
  • Notes 144
  • Selected Bibliography 198
  • Index 213
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