Buenos Aires: Grupo Editorial Norma, (Col. La Pequeña Biblioteca), 1999. first edition. Paperback. 230p., wrps. new. Item #2681
In this book of lyric critical essays, Argentinian poet and critic María Negroni writes about Gothic works—ranging from Horace Walpole's classic novel The Castle of Otranto to Julia Kristeva's Black Sun to James Cameron's film Aliens—and develops an accumulative, absorbing, transnational theory of politics and aesthetics.