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Joy Williams (writer)
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Christopher, David, British Culture, Routledge, 2006.

Christopher’s book is an introduction to the major movements within British culture, covering politics, language, literature, media, architecture, and more.

Hogle, Jerrold E., The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction, Cambridge University Press, 2002.

This book collects fourteen essays which examine gothic literature in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, drawing out connections to politics, racism, theater, film, human identity, and more.

Hotchkiss, Sandy, Why Is It Always about You?: Saving Yourself from the Narcissists in Your Life, Free Press, 2002.

This book about clinical narcissism was written for the popular market. It has chapters for different relationships, including parent, spouse, child, and coworker, and tips on how to live with a narcissist.

Oates, Joyce Carol, ed., American Gothic Tales, Plume, 1996.

This collection of forty short stories spans two hundred years of American gothic fiction and includes favorite American writers such...

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