- Machine generated contents note: 1."We know only names, so far": Samuel Richardson, Shirley Jackson, and exploration of the precarious self / Michael T. Wilson -- 2.A failed experiment: Family and humanity in The Sundial / S. T. Joshi -- 3.Perception, supernatural detection, and gender in The Haunting of Hill House / Melanie R. Anderson -- 4.Speaking of magic: Folk narrative in Hangsaman and We Have Always Lived in the Castle / Shelley Ingram -- 5.The Road Through the Wall and Shirley Jackson's America / Richard Pascal -- 6."Laughing through the words": Recovering housewife humor in Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle / Andrea Krafft -- 7."Listening to what she had almost said": Containment and duality in Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle / Ashleigh Hardin -- 8.Knowing and narration: Shirley Jackson and the campus novel / James E. Dobson -- 9.The haunting of Fun Home: Shirley Jackson and Alison Bechdel's queer Gothic neodomesticity / Jill E. Anderson -- 10.The tower or the nursery? Paternal and maternal re-visions of Hill House on film / Shari Hodges Holt -- 11.Girl anachronism: We Have Always Lived in the Castle and the depiction of adolescent psychosis in Excision (2012) and Stoker (2013) / Bernice M. Murphy.
- 9781472481894 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
1472481895 (hardcover ; alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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