edited by William Hughes, David Punter, & Andrew Smith
Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2013
Vol. I. 38-45.
A two-volume cornucopia of just about everything that could be associated with the word ‘Gothic’, including horror, vampires, novels, and much else, it contains two succinct essays on Gothic architecture and the Gothic Revival by Curl intended to encapsulate the subjects outlining the various phases of Pointed architecture, and ‘Architecture, Gothic Revival’, setting out in synoptic form the course of the Revival from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century.