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By Jamieson Ridenhour
This ebook examines the paintings of either canonical and non-canonical authors, together with Dickens, Bram Stoker, Robert Louis Stevenson, G.W.M. Reynolds, Richard Marsh, Arthur Machen, Marie Belloc Lowndes, and Oscar Wilde. putting the conventions of the Gothic shape of their right old context,In Darkest London will entice students and scholars attracted to an in-depth survey of the city Gothic.
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In Darkest London: The Gothic Cityscape in Victorian Literature by Jamieson Ridenhour