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Gothic Literary Studies Series: Stephen King's Gothic
John Sears
ISBN: 9780708323458 (0708323456)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Gorffennaf 2011
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, Caerdydd
Fformat: Clawr Caled, 216x138 mm Iaith: Saesneg Allan o Stoc - Archebir yn ôl y galw Ein Pris: £75.00 
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Mae'r gyfrol hon yn edrych ar waith Stephen King, awdur straeon arswyd byd-enwog. Astudir ei waith trwy berspectif theori lenyddol a diwylliant cyfoes. Dadleuir bod yng ngwaith Stephen King nifer o'r agweddau sy'n cael eu dadansoddi gan feirniaid ac athronwyr, ac mae'n cynnig ffyrdd i ddeall rhai o'n pryderon dyfnaf am fywyd a marwolaeth, y gorffennol a'r dyfodol.

This book explores the works of the world's best-selling horror writer through the lenses offered by contemporary literary and cultural theory. King's writing, it argues, explores many of the issues analysed by critics and philosophers, and offers ways of encountering and understanding some of our deepest fears about life and death, the past and the future.
Tabl Cynnwys:
Chapter 1: Rereading King’s Gothic
Chapter 2: Carrie’s Gothic Script
Chapter 3: Disinterring, Doubling – King and Traditions
Chapter 4: Genre’s Gothic Machinery
Chapter 5: Misery’s Gothic Tropes
Chapter 6: Gothic Time in “The Langoliers”
Chapter 7: ‘This inhuman place’ – King’s Gothic Places
Chapter 8: Facing Gothic Monstrosity
Conclusion: King’s Gothic Endings
Bywgraffiad Awdur:
Dr John Sears is senior lecturer in English at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Gwybodaeth Bellach:
Stephen King's Gothic explores what is 'Gothic' about King's writing - its obsessions with the macabre, the uncanny and the horrific, with writers and the strange worlds they inhabit and create, with the disturbingly familiar monstrosities that lurk behind the shop-fronts and facades of small-town America and in the cupboards and closets of every family.

King’s writing, it argues, explores many of the issues analysed by critics and philosophers, and offers ways of encountering and understanding some of our deepest fears about life and death, the past and the future, technological change, other people, monsters, ghosts and the supernatural. Ultimately, this study analyses what is most effective in the Gothic worlds of King's novels and stories - the writing itself.
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