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Patrick McGrath and his Worlds
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ForewordSue ZlosnikIntroduction: McGrath in the World: Madness, Gothic, and Transnational ConsciousnessRebecca Duncan and Matt Foley Section I: Transnational McGrathChapter One: Writing and Reading the Spider: McGrath's WebDavid Punter Chapter Two: Martha Peake and the Madness of "Free Trade"Evert Jan van Leeuwen Chapter Three: "A cell without a nucleus is a ruin:" Vampiric Creations of the Unhealthy Disabled in Patrick McGrath's "Blood Disease"Alan Gregory Chapter Four: Revisiting the Spanish Civil War: An Interview with Patrick McGrathXavier Aldana Reyes Section II: Theorizing McGrathChapter Five: Madness, Tragedy, and the Implied Reader of Patrick McGrath's SpiderBenjamin E. Noad Chapter Six: The Terrors of the Self: The Manipulation of Identity Mythologies in Patrick McGrath's NovelsDaniel Southward Chapter Seven: Patrick McGrath and Passion: The Gothic Modernism of Asylum and beyondMatt Foley and Rebecca Duncan Section III: Millennial McGrathChapter Eight: The Price of Suffering and the Value of Remembering: Patrick McGrath's TraumaMichela Vanon Alliata Chapter Nine: "You have to be a warrior to live here:" PTSD as a collective socio-political condition in Patrick McGrath's writingDana Alex Chapter Ten: The Liar, the Bitch, and the Wardrobe: Resisting Political Terror, Anti-Semitism, and Revenants in Patrick McGrath's The Wardrobe MistressDanel Olson AfterwordPatrick McGrath

About the Author

Dr. Matt Foley is Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Literature at Manchester Met. The author of Haunting Modernisms (Palgrave, 2017), he is a member of the Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies, the administrator of the International Gothic Association's Allan Lloyd Smith Memorial Prizes, and academic lead for HAUNT Manchester. He works predominantly on modernist literature, the gothic, and literary acoustics. Dr. Rebecca Duncan teaches literature in English at Stirling University. She is the author of South African Gothic (University of Wales Press, 2018), a member of Stirling's International Centre for Gothic Studies, and - from 2020 - the recipient of a Crafoord Foundation postdoctoral fellowship at Linnaeus University. She researches in postcolonial- and world-literature, speculative fiction and the gothic. .

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"This is a well written and highly topical work on Patrick McGrath's masterly and deft control of the Gothic. It exposes the historical and transnational complexities, contradictions and legacies in the psychology of individuals and nations, expressed through Gothic setting, narrative, location and imagery, revealing McGrath as a versatile writer for monstrous times." -- Gina Wisker, University of Brighton

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