New from academic publisher Routledge, The Unnameable Monster in Literature and Film (Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature)
Table of contents:
1. Monsters as we know them: a history of named monsters.
2. Articulating the abstract: theories of the unnameable.
3. ‘Things’ not to be named nor understood: the unnameable monster in nineteenth century literature.
4. The ‘thing’ keeps coming back: modern and postmodern nondescriptors.
5. The spectacle of the lack: realising the monster on screen.