Queer Others in Victorian Gothic
Distributed for University of Wales Press
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3. Escaping Heteronormativity: Queer Family Structures in Elizabeth Gaskell's Lois the Witch and 'The Grey Woman'
4. Disintegrating Binaries, Disintegrating Bodies: Queer Imperial Transmogrification in H. Rider Haggard's She
5. 'One does things abroad that one would not dream of doing in England': Miscegenation and Queer Female Vampirism in J. Sheridan Le Fanu's Carmilla and Florence Marryat's The Blood of the Vampire
6. In Defence of Her Queer Community: Vernon Lee's Decoded Decadent Gothic
“Ardel Haefele-Thomas’s Queer Others in Victorian Gothic applies queer and postcolonial theory to gothic fiction—with surprising results. In richly historicized contexts, the author reveals refined explorations of otherness in Victorian literature, as well as complicated empathies and tolerances that unsettle our critical assumptions.”