|1. Introduction: The 'Gothic' in Western culture Jerrold E. Hogle|
|2. The genesis of 'Gothic' fiction E. J. Clery|
|3. The 1790s: the effulgence of the Gothic Robert Miles|
|4. The continental Gothic Terry Hale|
|5. Gothic fictions and Romantic writing in Britain Michael Gamer|
|6. The Scottish and Irish Gothic David Punter|
|7. English Gothic theatre Jeffrey N. Cox|
|8. The Victorian Gothic in English novels and stories, 1830-85 Alison Milbank|
|9. The rise of American Gothic Eric Savoy|
|10. Gothic fiction at the turn of the century, 1885-1930 Kelly Hurley|
|11. The Gothic on screen Misha Kavka|
|12. The colonial and post-colonial Gothic Lizabeth Paravinisi-Gebert|
|13. The contemporary Gothic Steven Bruhm|
|14. Aftergothic (consumption, machines, and Black Holes) Fred Botting|
|Guide to further reading|
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