Alice Munro

(1931- )

General Studies

BELYEA, Andrew Dean. “Redefining the Real: Gothic Realism in Alice Munro’s ‘Friend of my Youth.’” Master’s Abstracts International 37:1 (1998): 67 (Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada).
BERNSTEIN, Susan. "Bells and Spells: Gothic Repetition and Romantic Redundancy."Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 21.3 (2010): 53-72. 
MCCOMBS, Judith. “Searching Bluebeard’s Chambers: Grimm, Gothic, and Bible Mysteries in Alice Munro’s ‘The Love of a Good Woman.’” American Review of Canadian Studies 30:3 (2000): 327-48 .
SIKORA, Tomasz. "'Murderous Pleasures': The (Female) Gothic and the Death Drive in Selected Short Stories by Margaret Atwood, Isabel Huggan and Alice Munro." Eds. P. M. Mehtonen and Matti Savolainen. Ashgate, 2013. 203-216.
SZABO, Andrea, F. "Alice Munro's Canadian Gothic: An Ill-Fitting Spatial Gothic Paradigm?" Americana: E-Journal of American Studies in Hungary 7.2 (2011).