Acknowledgements * Abbreviations * Foreword by Laurence Davies * Introduction: The Literary Mood of the Fin de Siï¿½cle * The Modern Gothic * The City Real and Imagined * 'City of Dreadful Night': Stevenson's Gothic London * Oscar Wilde: Gothic Ironies and Terrible Dualities * 'The coming terror': Wells's Outcast London and the Modern Gothic * Epilogue: Gothic Futures * Notes * Bibliography * Index
Linda Dryden is is the author of "Joseph Conrad and the Imperial Romance" (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002).
LINDA DRYDEN is Senior Lecturer in Cultural Studies at Napier University, Edinburgh, UK. She has published papers in the area of literature and cultural studies, and is the author of Joseph Conrad and the Imperial Romance (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002). Dr Dryden is currently working as co-editor of a colume about Conrad's publishing history. AE(00): Foreword by LAURENCE DAVIES
"Dryden skillfully unravels the network of cultural, political, scientific and historical forces at work in the Gothic fictions of Stevenson, Wilde and Wells. A significant contribution to literary history." - Roger Luckhurst, Birkbeck College, UK