List of Figures; List of Contributors; Acknowledgements Introduction, Lawrence Phillips and Anne Witchard; PART I: VICTORIANS TO MODERNS AND NEO-VICTORIAN; 1. Towards a Phenomenology of Urban Gothic: Consciousnous, Identity, and Subjective Experience of Place in Dickens' Journalism, Julian Wolfreys; 2. 'A fatal freshness': Victorian suburbophobia, Anne Witchard (Westminster, UK); 3 \. 'The City of Resurrections': Arthur Machen's Gothic London, Amanda Mordavsky Caleb (Tennessee-Knoxville, USA); 4. A Bloomsbury Noir: A Question of Method, Roger Luckhurst (Birkbeck, UK); 5. MetaVictorian Transformations, Martyn Colebrook (Hull, UK) and Mark Williams (UEA, UK); PART II: CONTEMPORARY PROSE NARRATIVES; 6. 'Where the evil is': Derek Raymond's Gothic London, Nick Freeman (Loughborough, UK); 7. 'This Light was Pale and Ghostly': Stewart Home, Gentrification and the Gothic Destruction of 'London', Alex Murray (Exeter, UK); 8. '[T]hat eventless realm': Hilary Mantel's Beyond Black and the ghosts of the M25, Catherine Spooner (Lancaster, UK); 9. Rats, Floods and Flowers: London's Gothicized Nature, Jenny Bavidge (Greenwich, UK); PART III: PERFORMANCE AND FILM; 10. Tourist Gothic: Performing Gothic London, Emma McEvoy (Westminster, UK); 11. Haunted Particulars: Making Gothic Site-Specific Theatre in London from The St Pancras Project to The Masque of the Red Death, Karoline Gritzner (Aberystwyth, UK); 12. Zombie London, Fred Botting (Lancaster, UK); 13. What lies beneath: London Underground and contemporary Gothic fantasy and horror, Lawrence Phillips (Northampton, UK); Index.