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I. Boundaries of the self as a Gothic theme: Introduction: The genre, the canon, and the myth ; 1. Self-defense in the Gothic tradition : Radcliffe, Brockden Brown, Henry James ; 2. The mystery of knowledge : Frankenstein, Melmoth, Pierre ; 3. "Deadly iteration" : Hawthorne's Gothic vision ; 4. Boundaries of the self as romantic theme : Emily Brontë -- II. Boundaries of the self in women's Gothic: 5. Speaking "I" and the Gothic nightmare : boundaries of the self as a woman's theme; 6. Gothic romance and women's reality in Jane Eyre ; 7. Villette : demystifying women's Gothic.
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