Daughters of the House: Modes of the Gothic in Victorian Fiction :: Alison Milbank soon to be presented for sale on the stupendous BookLovers of Bath web site!
Basingstoke & London: Macmillan, 1992, Hardback in dust wrapper.
From the cover: Daughters of the House radically revises critical assumptions about the Victorian womans relation to the house, through new readings of novels by Wilkie Collins, Dickens, Charlotte Bronte and Sheridan Le Fanu. Tracing their various transformations of eighteenth-century Gothic, the book discovers a revision of gender power relations in works such as Bleak House, in which Dickens embraces a program…
Very Good in Very Good Dust Wrapper. Small nick to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine, a decent copy otherwise.
Black boards with Gilt titling to the Spine. [XI] 217 pages. Index. 8¾” x 5½”.
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